Re: Editorial Latitude

Subject: Re: Editorial Latitude
From: Brian Baresch <baresch -at- CJNETWORKS -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 11:26:52 -0500

>it is the poor editor that *adds* words to an article,
>especially if those words change the meaning of the piece.

Huh? If there are words *missing*, either dropped or needed for
clarification, a good editor still wouldn't add them?

Every good editor has done a bad edit at some point. To call someone a poor
editor on that basis is, well, poor.

Best regards,
Brian Baresch, baresch -at- cjnetworks -dot- com
Lawrence, Kansas
High-caliber editing: Brian's the one!

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