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How Authors Can Build Sustainable Editor Relationships

How Authors Can Build Sustainable Editor Relationships

October 8, 2020
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Bringing a professional academic editor into your project is one of the best ways to achieve your publishing goals. But like any relationship, a sustainable author–­editor relationship takes work, as both parties are responsible for ensuring their own and the other’s needs and expectations are met.

Over on the Ideas on Fire blog, I have a new article about how authors can build sustainable relationships with editors—whether your relationship lasts for a single project or multiple decades.

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