Interviewing Editors

Subject: Interviewing Editors
From: Harold Snyder <ENSNYDER -at- ECUVM1 -dot- BITNET>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 1995 08:46:36 EDT


Earlier, Marilynne (m -dot- smith182 -at- GENIE -dot- GEIS -dot- COM) had a similar post, but she
wanted help in weeding our power trippers.

A couple fo questions come to mind:

1) How do you (prospective editor) interact with writers? with other

2) What is involved in the writer-editor relationship?

3) How do you determine whether a writer is easy to work with (:-}/////>,
sorry, I couldn't resist that one).

All things being equal, nice guys (as well a nice ladies) are easier to
work with than others.

Hope this thread reveals other suggestions.



+ Hal Snyder, Professor of English | Technical Editing; Business, +
+ Dept. of English (GCB 2115) | Scientific, and Technical Writing +
+ East Carolina University | ENSNYDER -at- ECUVM -dot- CIS -dot- ECU -dot- EDU +
+ Greenville, NC 27858-4353 | ENSNYDER -at- ECUVM1 or Voice 919/328-6669 +

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