Insights for Readers, Writers and Publishers
Part 4: Devolution
This section follows acts of editing as they move to new positions in the circuit of communication. In this process of devolution, publishers sometimes push responsibility for editing down the chain towards agents, freelance editors and the authors themselves (Greenberg, 2010). And so the interviews move to novelist Louise Doughty, literary agent Carole Blake, and freelance book editor Constance Hale.← 101 | 102 →
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