Monthly Archives: June 2016

Consider Rephrasing?: an editor’s look at the EU referendum

This is an emergency post, tenuously linked to this blog’s theme of reading and publishing by a gimmick: at the start of this referendum week, I shall demonstrate how, as a proofreader and editor, I would receive and correct the … Continue reading

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Of the People: why we still need public libraries

I have a library. It’s the banner of this blog. According to my boss, the rainbow was impressive enough that itĀ informed his decision to hire me. It grew with me, from a single bookcase with David Almond in the top … Continue reading

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