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West Coast Editor 2009

You may view or download any issue of West Coast Editor from 2009. Each is available as a PDF file. Click the title to view it in your web browser, or right-click (Windows) or ctrl-click (Mac) and choose "download" or "save" to save a copy on your computer.

To view the newsletter, you require a software program that can read PDF (Portable Document Format) files. If you have a Mac, the built-in Preview application will read PDFs. For Mac and Windows, you may use Adobe Reader, a free software program which can be downloaded from the Adobe site.

  • The gift of education, by Carol Zhong
  • The gift of clean, by Clare O’Callaghan
  • Inexpensive home crafts for the eco-crowd, by Jennifer Getsinger
  • The Christmas thesaurus, by Hugh Macdonald
  • A most unusual Christmas gift, by Hugh Macdonald
  • A gift for my shoe-obsessed mother, by Cheryl Hannah

  • Whaddya mean, "the business of editing?" by Shelly Windover
  • The project, by Hugh Macdonald
  • My least favourite things, by Jennifer Getsinger
  • Misapprehension or healthy evolution? by Kirstie Laird
  • Human eyes needed, by Lorraine Meltzer
  • The great divide, part II

  • English is a foreign language, by Hugh Macdonald
  • The great divide: Language mavens declare their editorial allegiances 

  • Notes from national, by Dania Sheldon
  • A doggerel ode to volunteers, by Hugh Macdonald
  • Job descriptions: Committee chairs and committee members

  • Drive-by Editing photos, by Karen Reppin and Cheryl Hannah
  • Event Review: What's New in Editorial Standards, by Helen Clay
  • Event Review: Picture Research, by Helen Clay

Special Issue: Editing Events (2009 Spring Series)

  • Spring 2009 EAC-BC Seminars
  • Spring 2009 EAC-BC Speaker Sessions

  • The Thrill of the Edit, by Wael Elazab
  • Magazine Articles: A Writer's Perspective, by Jeanne Ainslie
  • Event Review: A Day in the Life of a Trade Magazine Editor, by Helen Clay
  • Event Review: From Inspiration to Publication, by Juliana Pasko

To view the newsletter, you require a software program that can read PDF (Portable Document Format) files. If you have a Mac, the built-in Preview application will read PDFs. For Mac and Windows, you may use Adobe Reader, a free software program which can be downloaded from the Adobe site.

Back Issues

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