Tag: Scientific Study of Literature
Learning to Edit for Your Audience: Fiction vs. Nonfiction
by Jennifer Fletcher
Learning about the different effects that fiction and nonfiction writing have on critical thinking can help editors revise literature to benefit the authors’ audiences to...
Does the Science Fiction Genre Affect Literary Merit?
by Reagan Weston
Some academics give less literary merit to science fiction. However, a text’s intrinsic literary qualities can upend typical genre expectations. Many of us grew up...
An Author’s Stylistic Use of Word Order and Punctuation: To Standardize or Not
by Abby Forrest
Editors occasionally need to give stylistic advice in addition to making rule-based edits. Since there is no style guide for style, where do we begin?...