Gonna get real with you here today: imposter syndrome is hitting hard.
A lot of poets out there may ask themselves, “How can I engage my readers?” There are plenty of ways to go about this, but there are three I always advocate for.
What’s the rule of thumb when it comes to using “that” or “which”?
I was browsing through some of the most asked questions about poetry editing recently, and this one came up: What do poetry editors do? Well, it depends.
Something people often search for when seeking out an editor are standard editing rates or how much a given editor charges. But you might not always find an answer.
A concept that I struggled with for a good long while was “show, don’t tell.” I just never found a good explanation for what that meant, exactly. But then it finally clicked. So I’m hoping that by writing this post, I can help it click for someone else.
It’s common for writers to wonder if they should hire a professional editor for each stage of editing. So… should you?
Depending on the editor you ask, where said editor works, and how they edit, you might get slightly different answers around the types of editing. To make things simple, I’m going to look at the four types you’re likely to come across in your editing journey.
Happy 2023! What better way to kick off the new year than with an exciting adjustment to my offerings.
Last month, I was sick for the first time as a freelancer. It sucked, but I did learn (and relearn) some things about freelancing that I want to share with you.