Insights for Readers, Writers and Publishers
‘At last, someone has given editors their day in the sun. Greenberg’s skilful interviewing brings to light this largely invisible work. She tracks editing practices across digital news, magazines, books and scholarly publishing in ways that no one else has done, always with an eye toward the historical, theoretical significance of the editing function. A lively-minded and valuable book.’
—John Pauly, Professor and Chair, Journalism and Media Studies, Marquette University
‘Greenberg’s interviews succeed in giving us a privileged view of the art and business of editing, from a wide variety of perspectives. Each interview offers insights into different practices and approaches. Cumulatively—and this is the art of the interviewer, who is an experienced editor herself—they give the reader a concerted, structured and engaging understanding of this often hidden process.’
—Claire Squires, Professor of Publishing Studies, University of Stirling
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