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Full issues from May 2008 to February 2010 and abridged issues from March 2010 and later are available to the public and can be accessed by clicking the cover images below.

Full issues from March 2010 and later and from October 2005 to February 2008 are available to members only and can be accessed here.

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September
2010

  Social media and related terms now in Oxford Dictionary

Beginner’s luck: Asking stupid questions

Wordplay: morpheme
April
2010

Grammar food for thought: Figures of speech that don’t work

Seminar chair’s report

Wordplay: Eh

March
2010
Grammar food for thought

Toronto branch executive call for nominations

Wordplay: mucous, mucus, nauseous
 

February
2010

 

Secretary’s report

Call for volunteers

Why the EAC mailing list still matters

December
2009

Past program report: The trials and tribulations of self-publishing

The freelancing life

Book reviews

 

November
2009

 

Past program report: Tips of the trade

Grammar food for thought: Jane Austen’s English

A pictorial snapshot of Word On The Street

Upcoming seminars

 

October
2009

Q & A with EAC's four certified editors

Past program report: An insider's view of the production department
Upcoming seminars

Member profiles

James Harbeck's witty Wordplay column

 

September
2009

APA style: Old and new

Past program report: Year-end party

A preview of the fall seminar lineup

Member profiles

The return of the Networking column

June
2009

An editor’s tools—circa 1979

Past program report: Conference mania

Book review: The Surface of Meaning by Robert Bringhurst

Members’ corner: What does EAC mean to you?

May
2009

EAC 30th anniversary celebratory issues: Part II

Feature article: Fostering community, managing change: A retrospective review of Edition

Past program report: Tips for tax time

Freya Godard’s Grammar food for thought

Book Review: On the Dot: The Speck that Changed the World by Alexander Humez and Nicholas Humez

Members’ Corner: What does EAC mean to you?

April
2009

An encyclopedic essay on the Toronto branch

Members’ reflections on what EAC means to them

Freya Godard’s grammar column: A miscellany of faulty usage and syntax

A review of David Wolman’s Righting the Mother Tongue: From Olde English to E-mail, the Tangled Story of English Spelling

March
2009

Style Tips for Academic Authors and Their Editors

Branch executive reports and a message from the EAC conference organizers

Freya Godard’s Grammar food for thought: Sentence fragments

Book review: David Wilton’s Word Myths: Debunking Linguistic Urban Legends

February
2009
Past program report: The Canadian magazine industry. A panel with Penny Caldwell, Craig Saunders, and D. B. Scott

Mining the college experience: Student views on editorial education

Laughable language: A review of June Casagrande’s Mortal Syntax: 101 Language Choices That Will Get You Clobbered by the Grammar Snobs—Even If You’re Right
December
2008
Past program report: Business relationship management essentials for editors

Feature article: Before we were editors

Freya’s Grammar food for thought: Editor, author, and grammar

Book review: Arthur Plotnik’s Spunk & Bite: A Writer’s Guide to Bold, Contemporary Style
November
2008          
Past program report: Sometimes editing reduces you to tears

A sunny, summery Word On The Street in Toronto and Kitchener

Why we procrastinate and how to overcome it

Freya’s Grammar food for thought: Rules reconsidered (2)

Book review: Regret the Error: How Media Mistakes Pollute the Press and Imperil Free Speech
October
2008
Coping with jobs you don't enjoy

The 2008 Eden Mills Writers' Festival

Freya's grammar column: that and which reconsidered

Upcoming seminars

Review of The Prodigal Tongue: Dispatches From The Future of English

Members' corner: EAC e-forum acronyms  
September
2008     

Reflections from Editing in the Global Village (Audio)

Past program reports: Transitioning to new media & the year-end party in pictures

The view from the new branch chair

Educating editors: Editors, it’s time for some learning

Review of Treasure-House of the Language: The Living OED

June
2008

Results of the 2008 executive elections

Foreign languages in an English text

Past program report: Copyrights anyone?

Editing on-screen versus editing on paper

Book review: The Artful Edit: On the practice of editing yourself

May
2008

Past program report: Finding a niche

How the EAC e-forum rescued me (again)

The Online Directory of Editors

Canadianizing British books

Review of Robert Weaver: Godfather of Canadian Literature

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