Ambiguous Syntax Structure’s Impact on Autistic Readers
by Abbigail Clark
We likely don’t think much about prosody and relative clauses when we read, but together they can greatly impact the way a sentence is read...
Why Adults Are Reading YA
by Dylan Parker
Why are adults still reading YA books? Despite the fact that YA books are nominally targeted at kids ages 12–18, industry data suggests that the...
Oral Proofreading: How Editors and Writers Benefit from Reading Aloud
by Haley Roper
If we look back on our oral traditions, we will discover the enriching power of reading aloud and can utilize that power to enhance our...
What Fluency Training Could Mean for You as an Editor or Writer
by Emma Hill
Regardless of a professional’s seniority in the writing industry, concise language is difficult to achieve. What if you could learn the art of concision in...
“Repair Processes Initiated”: Why Editors Should Choose Gender-Neutral Job Titles
The brain interprets gendered job titles paired with the wrong gender as a discrepancy, making the reader fumble, fixate, and reread. You are an editor....