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  • How to Keep Your Creative Engine Running Smoothly

    The piston in a car engine makes four movements to complete a cycle – down, up, down, up. As the piston starts at the top and moves downward in the engine block, it takes in a cylinder-full of air and gasoline. The piston then moves back toward the Continue Reading

    How to Keep Your Creative Engine Running Smoothly
  • Grammar Gripes: Oxford Comma [Video]

    The Oxford comma is probably the world's most polarizing punctuation mark. Find out which side of the debate Courtni agrees with in this installment of Grammar Gripes. The Oxford comma (a.k.a. serial comma or Harvard comma) is used before Continue Reading

    Grammar Gripes: Oxford Comma [Video]
  • The Editor’s POV: Why I Send Blog Posts Back For Revision

    When a piece of content comes through my inbox or gets added into WordPress, I often hope that it will only take a short time to edit. In a perfect world, I’ll make a few tweaks for word choice, catch a typo or two, and then go on my way to work on Continue Reading

    The Editor’s POV: Why I Send Blog Posts Back For Revision
  • Job Alert: Copy Editor

    CopyPress is looking for skilled editors who can correct, condense, and organize copy so that it meets guidelines, sounds clear, and is free of errors. All editors must: Be extremely detail-oriented Have a high-level knowledge of grammar and Continue Reading

    Job Alert: Copy Editor
  • Kill Your Darlings: How to Make Your Writing Concise

    Although the origin of this phrase is still up for debate, if you’re any type of writer, you’ve surely been told to “kill your darlings” at one point or another. It’s not as violent as it sounds, but this process can prove painful for many writers; Continue Reading

    Kill Your Darlings: How to Make Your Writing Concise