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Synonyms for editing

putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form

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On working with Susan Mary Malone, the author stated: “How good a book editor is Susan?
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AUTHOR Leila Berg who died recently, was an award-winning author and children's book editor
The plot revolves around New York book editor Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) and her long suffering assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds).
In addition to being a cartoonist and book editor, Cagle runs the Cagle Cartoons syndicate and Web sites such as Cagle.
He also served as a reporter, book editor, theater critic, Broadway columnist and editorial page editor for the Register.
A stint in rehab helped her kick the booze and her first short story submissions led to publication for her debut novel, Watermelon - after which she got hitched to book editor Tony Baines.
Carver is currently the children's book editor at Red Deer Press.
Gabriel is introduced to him through their mutual book editor.
DR Who book editor and writer Justin Richards is special guest speaker at next month's gathering of the Birmingham Science Fiction Group.
In 1977, I, along with my brother and photographer, Dawoud Bey, and future Doubleday book editor Gerald Gladney, started Easy The Black Arts Magazine.
Willkie had many affairs ranging from Madame Chiang Kai-Shek to the Southern writer Josephine Pinckney, the most notable and long-lasting of which was with Irita Van Doren, the book editor of the New York Herald Tribune.
New members of the JRC are Racing Post course reporter and Form Book editor Graham Dench, owner Peter Deal, trainers Philip Hobbs and Tom Tate, and RHT racing director John Smee.
As book editor of Anglican Journal for 11 years (he retired from the newspaper in May 2001), Mr.
Catrin hughes works as a book editor for Cardiff-based Gwasg Y Dref Wen.