Today, Caffeinated Press will be presenting “Edits: Yes, You Must.” at the KDL Writers’ Conference in Kentwood, MI.

We will help attendees understand the query process from the publisher’s perspective, learn how to parse publisher guidelines, understand the most common structure and line errors in text presented for published evaluation, and articulate the importance of recruiting expert beta readers,

We will be posting the presentation here after the conference. Please use this post to ask questions before, during, and after – we will happily answer all of the questions that come through!

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Edits: Yes, You Must.

2 thoughts on “Edits: Yes, You Must.

  • 2015-10-24 at 5:15 pm
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    One of the guys mentioned moral motivations. Any book or site suggestions on where to learn more?

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    • 2015-10-25 at 5:05 pm
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      Hi, Kelly! Yes, I have two recommendations. First, in book form, “Morality and the Meaning of Life” by Joseph Ellin is good. Ellin was a prof of mine at WMU, and his textbook is a great introduction to the subject. I’d also look at the main entry on Ethics for the peer-reviewed Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy at http://www.iep.utm.edu/ethics/.

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