Drop of Ether: http://dropofether.blogspot.com
The world as mediated through me
Mark Allen Editorial: http://markallenediting.com
Thoughts on journalism and copy editing, including grammar, usage and style.
Cochin Blogger: http://cochinblogger.wordpress.com
Random musings and images from an omnivorous reader and shutterbug who lives in Cochin, Kerala, India.
Jeannette de Beauvoir
Beyond The Elements of Style: http://www.beyond.customline.com
The Fascination of Words and Writing
The Moments Between: http://themomentsbetween.blogspot.com/
Thoughts, poetry, and photos.
TechByter Worldwide: http://www.techbyter.com
Weekly technology updates.
Noelle A. Boughanmi
The official blog of Boughanmi Editorial Services.
Tainted Pen: http://www.taintedpen.blogspot.com/
Political and social satire, a few poems, and commentary on contemporary American culture.
Our Lady of Perfection: http://www.ourladyofperfection.blogspot.com
Thoughts and observations, sometimes pictorial, from a middle-aged lifelong singleton.
Marsha J. Brofka-Berends
First Things First: http://www.first-things-first.net
Editing, knitting, politics, food, and whatever else crosses my mind.
(No name provided) http://spsgc.blogspot.com/
Commentary on ideas and best practices for writing for public relations and corporate communications.
Ramblings from Rabbitbrush Ranch: http://blog.laurelbusch.com (formerly Let's Talk about Laurie)
Gardening and appreciating the natural world in Northern Nevada
Rebuilding Me: http://rebuildingme.blogspot.com
Poems in various stages of revision.
The Subway Chronicles: http://www.thesubwaychroniclesnyc.blogspot.com/
Scenes from underground New York
Beyond the Elements of Style: http://beyondtheelementsofstyle.blogspot.com
A blog filled with tips for beginning (and not-so-beginning) writers about words, style, publishing, and writing. New posts on Mondays and Fridays.
Rachel Lee Cherry
Last Syllable Communications: http://www.lastsyllable.net/blog/
Wrong about Shakespeare in a new way.
Gaucha Translations Blog: http://blog.gauchatranslations.com
Updates about the translation and interpreting field.
Cuatro Mosqueteras: http://www.4mosqueteras.com
Supporting good Spanish writing in the United States.
April Michelle Davis
Editorial Inspirations Blog: http://www.editorialinspirations.com/blog
A place to discuss grammar quirks as well as talk with people who need help with their own projects.
The Silken Tent: http://www.silkentent.com
Personal essays—countless silken ties of thought.
(No name provided) http://libroediting.com/blog/
Musings about my work as a freelancer, issues arising, advice on setting up a small business in the UK, and guest posts from authors and fellow freelancers.
LyzzyBee's Books: http://lyzzybee.livejournal.com
Reviews of the 150–230 books I read per year
Critical Margins: http://criticalmargins.com
Perspectives on book culture, technology, and reading in the digital age.
Full Frontal: http://full-frontal.blogspot.com/
My cooling-off-spot—where I go to yell when I can't put my fist through a door.
Fashionable Gods: http://www.livejournal.com/users/mattandcolleen
The adventures of two English teachers in China.
Blogged If I Do; Blogged If I Don't: http://blog.myspace.com/cmrprof
More or less weekly musings on the origins of English words and expressions.
Joseph's Blog: https://bkln.wordpress.com
Thoughts on current events and pop culture and pro wrestling card results.
Oh No, Not the Grammar Police: http://melaniegold.blogspot.com
One editor's blog about book publishing, writing, and life's adventure.
Guy K. Haas
Often-neglected collection of citations of this-n-that, mostly about Technical communication, interesting things I've been reading, and hardly any mention of cats.
Esther Hecht's blog: http://estherhecht.wordpress.com/
Traveling the earth lightly.
Kitty Literate: http://tongueonwry.blogspot.com
Irreverent comments on English language usage and digressions therefrom.
Seriously deep quotes for a shallow world; minimal hackneyed (Einstein, Thoreau, Emerson...) quotes; deeper dug—over several years.
The Digital Reader: http://the-digital-reader.com
All digital publishing news, all the time.
Jill R. Hughes
The Editor's Mark: http://theeditorsmark.wordpress.com
Life Sentence: http://greglifesentence.blogspot.com/
When I have the time, I blog whatever's on my mind: publishing, politics, popular music of the '60s and '70s, and stamp collecting are regularish topics.
Editage Insights: http://www.editage.com/insights/content_search/Yateendra
Tips on writing for researchers whose first language is not English but who submit papers to journals published in English.
Goodfoot Editorial: http://goodfooteditorial.wordpress.com/
Where language, grammar, and culture happily collide.
Freelance writer-editor Kristen King is an inkthinker with a passion for the written word. Find out where it all started...and where it's going.
Ozark Oddments: http://leiweedit.blogspot.com/
General reflections on life experiences and family.
Magnificent Octopus: http://magnificentoctopus.blogspot.com
Mostly about books, but also about motherhood.
Giving Myself a Blogging: http://amadeusll.blogspot.com
The trials and tribulations of my mind; mostly concerning morality, mortality, wonderment and political media.
Observatory Books: http://www.observatorybooks.com
This is actually a bl or an og—I think it's half a blog. History, anecdotes, book reviews, advice—some opinions.
words/myth/ampers & virgule: http://ampersandvirgule.blogspot.com/
Occasional essays on working with words and pictures.
Parenting Isn't Pretty: http://mamatude.blogspot.com
Humor and venting about parenting kids with special needs.
Parenting Special Needs: http://specialchildren.about.com
News, sites, articles and polls of interest to parents of children with special needs.
Musings, Opinion and Miscellanea, on Macs, iPods, books, music and more.
A Whole Year?: http://blogs.emelton.com/awholeyear/
What I wish I'd known about being the parent of an exchange student.
Science Refinery: http://sciencerefinery.com/category/blog/
Tips, recommendations, media reviews, and more for scientists and the editors who love them.
Batten Down the Hyphens: http://www.suzannemeyersediting.com/category/blog/
Moderately opinionated thoughts on editing and language.
Treated & Released: http://robinmizell.wordpress.com
Right Angels and Polo Bears: http://blog.catchthesun.net
All things editing: from error rates in editing and using PDF mark-up software, to estimating jobs and getting started as a freelancer.
Right Angels and Polo Bears podcast: http://blog.catchthesun.net/category/podcast/
An audio version (and expansion of) posts from the Right Angels and Polo Bears blog and Copyediting.com, for listening during commutes, coffee breaks, or laundry time.
Murphy's Craw: http://murphyscraw.blogspot.com
Some whimsical wanderings through the worlds of words, writing, and old movies and TV—along with selected short subjects.
Word Worker: http://wordworkerdn.tumblr.com/
Writing tips and humor related to English and abuses of it.
Lynn David Newton
Neologistics Editing: http://neologisticsediting.com
Business website including blog articles on topics related (sometimes vaguely) to editing.
Blog on general topics, including some older ones related to editing.
The Digital Warrior-Poet: http://blog.adennichols.com
Reflections on editing, storytelling, and culture—and how technology is reshaping them.
The Road to God Knows Where: http://brendano7.com
An Irish freelance editorís eclectic blog.
Publishing, editing, the editor–client relationship, and self-employment.
Endless Pajama Lark: http://www.livejournal.com/users/scratchtasia
Indie rock, movies, liberal politics, links, life, and random thoughts.
Virtual Lori: http://virtuallori.com
It is what it is.
Teaching Adults to Write Nonfiction . . . and That's the Truth: http://writerphiladelphia.com/blog/
Tips for writers of digital content, editorials, technical manuals, business communication pieces, creative nonfiction, newletters, and more.
Introspection Editing: http://www.introspectionediting.com/
Thinking thoroughly, communicating clearly: tips and tricks for copy editors.
Books in Print: http://nickrenton.com/
A large site which includes pages on common Latin phrases, common errors in English, style manuals, and metaphors.
Random Thoughts: http://kilmuir.blogspot.com/
An informal blog about family matters, cats, travel reminiscences and consumer grumbles.
Musings of an Editress: http://www.editress.blogspot.com
Some editing-related postings and other life-related postings.
Mrs Hannigan's Home for Girls: http://mrshannigan.blogspot.com
Work-at-home mom married to a self-employed dad, homeschooling six daughters. We break all the rules.
Go West, Young Jew: http://westernjew.blogspot.com
Living Jewishly in the Rocky Mountains.
Beth G Sanders
Social media, words and pictures, technology and life.
The Dark Side of the Moon: http://slywy.blogspot.com/
Book reviews, dreams, ruminations.
Dig Deep Thinker: http://digdeepthinker.com
Marketing and management perspectives from a right-brainer in a left-brain world.
Diana DeSpain Schramer: http://www.dianadespainschramer.naiwe.com
Monthly posts related to the craft and business of writing, as well as the writing life.
The Scientist's English: http://www.shearsoneditorial.com/the-scientists-english/
Tips on scientific English, primarily for authors for whom English is a second language.
Random thoughts, comments, rants, and raves on matters large and small.
Nee in Germany: http://neeingermany.blogspot.com
What it's like to live inside my head in Heidelberg, Germany.
Weekly (at least) posts from an aging environmentalist with an RV but no cat.
Susanna J. Sturgis
From the Seasonally Occupied Territories: http://squattersspeakeasy.com
A year-rounder blogs about Martha's Vineyard.
Write Through It: http://writethroughitblog.com/
On writing, editing, and how to keep going.
Pinyin News: http://www.pinyin.info/news/
Items related to Chinese characters, romanization, and the languages of China and beyond.
Katie Van Heest
Tweed: Editing Tailored to the Academic: http://www.tweedediting.com/blog
Specialist advice, exclusive tools, and bits of levity for scholarly writers.
Terribly Write: http://terriblywrite.wordpress.com
Terrible writing on the Web. And writing terribly well for the Web.
Cambridge Proofreading LLC: http://proofreading.org/blog
Topics include English writing and proofreading and editing tips.
Musings of a stay-home mom of 3, freelance copyeditor, voracious reader, and enthusiastic cook.
Thoughts about current events, politics, parenting twins, and whatever else comes up.
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