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

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Author bio: Author of Finding Your Future in Art, Kim Childress began her thirty-five year career in children's publishing as a bookseller at Kids' Ink Children's Bookstore in Indianapolis, later becoming middle-grade editor for HarperCollins Christian Publishing (Zondervan), and she remains book editor for Girls' Life magazine, where she has reviewed books since the magazine's debut in 1994.
The implications and challenges of on-the-ground reporting in warzones was the centre of a recent discussion at Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q) with Awad Joumaa, a news editor, book editor, and documentary film maker at Al Jazeera.
AUTHOR Leila Berg who died recently, was an award-winning author and children's book editor
Bondanza (developmental book editor and freelance writer) has instead crafted a readable book covering all aspects of green building.
He will continue as a Board Member and the Book Editor of the journal for the foreseeable future, however.
Cook was a senior book editor at Amazon .com before leaving the corporate world in 2004 to live in a cabin and write his first book, "Fat of the Land: Adventures of a 21st Century Forager."
In Anne Fletcher's screwball rom-com, again on fine form, Bullock plays New York book editor Margaret Tate who is feared by one and all, including her long-suffering assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds).
In 1928 book editor and Associated Press reporter Charles Honce, originally from Keokuk, published a collection of Samuel Clemens' writings in a limited edition of 375 books.
The three titles are: Perfect on Paper: The (Mis)Adventures of Waverly Bryson by debut novelist Maria Murnane, which was previously published under her own Wink's Ink imprint as part of the BookSurge print-on-demand program; A Wish After Midnight by children's book author Zetta Elliott, which was first published under the author's own Rosetta Press imprint in 2008; and They Never Die Quietly by former book editor Daniel Annechino, who used BookSurge services to publish the title last February.
(34663667) 9.15 The Wright Stuff (T)(3638006) 10.45 Trisha Goddard (R)(T)(5783551) 11.45 Diet Doctors: Inside and Out (R)(T)(4525416) 12.40 Five News (T)(41810483) 12.50 How to Be a Property Developer (R)(T)(5347342) 1.45 Neighbours (T)(7987261) 2.15 Home and Away (T)(1842735) 2.50 I Own Britain's Best Home: Flying Visits (R)(T)(9314358) 3.05 FILM: Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman (2004) (PG) A book editor is fired from her job and deserted by her husband, plunging her life into turmoil.
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.MSNBC.com -- the huge online showcase of cartoons.
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.