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    Editorial production is a carefully laid out process that aids in the creation of a magazine issue from conceptualizing an issue and its theme, to executing the issue, to finalizing…

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    Editors are gatekeepers; we curate writing that gets published. We write words that make it to the page and cut others from making it. We can give a person a…

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    The Table of Contents (TOC) is a reader’s first impression of your magazine. While it’s easy to relegate it to a low-priority item in the overall production process, it needs…

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    Magazines and editorial projects are often built on templated structures and inherit practices that many of us take for granted. The beauty of imagining a feminist future is finding ways…

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    The first step to feminist publishing is establishing what feminism means to your publication. Regardless of how you define feminism, it is a movement that is working toward something. Take the…

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    Editors shape the look, feel and voice of their magazines. They are responsible for identifying timely content and unique stories, and for carrying these pieces through the editorial process. In…

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    By Daniel Funke, Staff Writer at PolitiFact Sometimes, the best defence against disinformation is getting the facts right. In this Hotsheet, Politifact’s Daniel Funke offers tips and tools for magazine…

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    By Sheila Sampath, Editorial and Art Director, Shameless Magazine Editorial practices are a combination of professional, interpersonal and political structures set up to help guide decision making and workflow through…

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    By Chelene Knight, managing editor at Room magazine, CEO of #LearnWritingEssentials, author of Dear Current Occupant The Mystery of the Slush Pile What is a slush pile? The definition changes…

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    By Jaclyn Law, Freelance Writer and Editor We know what you’re thinking: “A Hotsheet on spelling and grammar mistakes? Isn’t that what spell-checkers are for?” Yes, but spelling and grammar…