Written by Stephanie Warner; copy edited by Michael Ferreira
Are you curious about others’ lives?
Can you read old handwriting?
Do you have good attention to detail?
Do you want to make history more accessible?
If you answered “yes,” then the Royal BC Museum’s Transcribe project is for you!
Written by Amy Haagsma; copy edited by Michael Ferreira
Review of “Business Planning for Editorial Freelancers” by Louise Harnby, in association with The Publishing Training Centre.
As a new editor, I have set out to learn as much as I can about editing, both the business and the craft. Among the many fantastic resources I’ve discovered are Louise Harnby’s blog, The Proofreader’s Parlour, and books, Business Planning for Editorial Freelancers and Marketing Your Editing & Proofreading Business.
Harnby is a UK-based proofreader and an advanced member of the Society for Editors and Proofreaders. She has more than 20 years’ experience in publishing and started her own business in 2005.
Business Planning for Editorial Freelancers is written with the complete beginner in mind and assumes no prior editorial experience. It aims to cover everything a new editorial freelancer would need to know, from education and training to finding clients and growing your business.