The Editing Podcast

By Louise Harnby (fiction editor) and Denise Cowle (non-fiction editor)

Join two pro editors, Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle, on The Editing Podcast for regular tips, tools and guidance on writing and editing.

  1. 1.
    S1E1: The different levels of editing
    12:49
  2. 2.
    S1E2: Publishing lingo explained
    15:35
  3. 3.
    S1E3: Should you work with an editor?
    16:14
  4. 4.
    S1E4: How much does editing cost?
    18:09
  5. 5.
    S1E5: What kind of editor do you need?
    17:31
  6. 6.
    S1E6: What is a sample edit?
    15:18
  7. 7.
    S1E7: Style sheets for writing and editing
    11:50
  8. 8.
    S1E8: Page proofs and the proofreading process
    12:24
  1. 9.
    S1E9: How to save money on editing
    14:03
  2. 10.
    S1E13: Author chat with Antoinette Oglethorpe
    12:35
  3. 11.
    S1E14: Author chat with Simon Raybould
    17:41
  4. 12.
    S1E15: Author chat with Kia Thomas
    14:34
  5. 13.
    S1E16: Author chat with Tim Lewis
    18:51
  6. 14.
    S1E17: Author chat with Kenda Macdonald
    16:59
  7. 15.
    S1E10: How to find and evaluate an editor
    12:36
  8. 16.
    S1E18: Book editing and marketing
    7:32
  9. 17.
    S1E11: Does location matter when working with an editor?
    18:37
  10. 18.
    S1E12: How long does editing take?
    17:51
  11. 19.
    S2E1: How to prepare your book file for editing
    24:38
  12. 20.
    S2E2: 4 types of editing for 4 kinds of writer
    11:39
  13. 21.
    S2E3: How to edit for consistency and style with PerfectIt
    45:45
  14. 22.
    S2E4: Adverbs: Use and abuse in writing
    12:22
  15. 23.
    S2E5: 10 killer editing macros for writers and editors
    13:27
  16. 24.
    S2E6: Tips for formatting in Microsoft Word
    13:23
  17. 25.
    S2E7: How to change your editor with minimum stress
    11:07
  18. 26.
    S2E8: Publisher chat with Jen Hamilton-Emery of Salt
    31:20
  19. 27.
    S2E9: Writing and editing for the web
    58:18
  20. 28.
    S2E10: How to use quotation marks (speech marks) in writing
    12:40
  21. 29.
    S2E11: Organizing an editorial conference
    12:37
  22. 30.
    S2E12: Editing erotica and adult material
    7:59
  23. 31.
    S2E13: Copyediting and the fact-checking process
    16:23
  24. 32.
    S2E14: Editing and proofreading for a project management agency
    8:25
  25. 33.
    S2E15: 10 things an author needs to tell an editor
    9:12
  26. 34.
    S3E1: How to use question marks
    14:12
  27. 35.
    S3E2: Rob Drummond on grammar pedantry and peevery
    50:02
  28. 36.
    S3E3: 4 features of language that aren't Americanisms
    8:27
  29. 37.
    S3E4: Editing 'unearned writing'
    28:30
  30. 38.
    S3E5: Understanding semi-colons
    11:42
  31. 39.
    S3E6: Developmental editing and critiques
    30:51
  32. 40.
    S3E7: How to use en dashes
    12:51
  33. 41.
    S3E8: What is a comma splice?
    8:43
  34. 42.
    S3E9: How to use em dashes
    9:45
  35. 43.
    S3E10: Using conlangs (constructed languages) in fiction
    30:23
  36. 44.
    S4E1: How to manage the grammar police
    15:55
  37. 45.
    S4E2: How to use exclamation marks!
    12:45
  38. 46.
    S4E3: Writing a content-marketing book. With John Espirian
    35:45
  39. 47.
    S4E4: How to save money and time with book coaching
    44:33
  40. 48.
    S4E5: How to run and grow an editing and proofreading business. Q&A, Part 1
    45:15
  41. 49.
    S4E6: How to run and grow an editing and proofreading business. Q&A, Part 2
    1:10:12
  42. 50.
    S4E7: 18 writing-craft blogs for editors and authors
    17:05

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