West Coast Editor is available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and is sent by email monthly to members. To view the journal, you may use Adobe Reader, a free software program which can be downloaded from the Adobe Systems Web site. Adobe Reader, its predecessor Acrobat Reader, or other PDF-reading software may already be installed on your computer.
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The following issues are available for download from the year 2003:
- Word on the Street 2003
- Gift suggestions for editors
- Relative clauses
- January meeting: certification
- Jim Sutherland of Vancouver magazine
- Grammar tips and tricks: workshop report
- How lenient should we be in editing written English?
- The new Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed.
- Jane Fairbanks, new EAC-BC Secretary
- Find out more about copyright law
- Learn some of the secrets of indexing
- Look forward to this month's meeting
- Read about Conference 2003: Words Bridging Communities
- Take the Grammar and Usage Quiz
- Meet your new Executive
- Come hear Jim Sutherland of Western Living speak at our next meeting
- Volunteers Needed: Directory of Editors and The Word on the Street
- Read about the double success of EAC-BC member Shamina Senaratne
- Print Futures program -- the student perspective
- Pick up some tips from our recent copy editing workshop
- Read the latest on EAC-BC's scholarship program
- Teagus Software
- Book corner
- Design and print production
- May meeting: copyright issues
- Setting your rates
- Conference 2003
- Book corner
- Strategic Connections update
- Don't Get Scammed!
- EAC-BC needs you to help design our Statement of Purpose.
- Books, Books, Books!
- Come hear writer Lorraine Murphy talk about a very hot topic.
- AND be sure to sign up for our great Spring workshops!
- Click on web addresses and watch our hyperlinks take you straight to thepage!
- Find out more about Print Futures and tell us about your own experiences ofpublishing programs.
- Ever wondered if the world needs editors? You'll discover that it certainlydoes.
- Workshop reminders and a sneak preview of upcoming workshops.
- Details of February's meeting—and remember our meeting location haschanged.
- Substantive editing and the art of diplomacy
- Shifting shapes at the STC conference
- Editing at Anvil
- What does globalization really mean?
The following issues are also available for download from this site:
West Coast Editor 2002
West Coast Editor 2001
West Coast Editor 2000
West Coast Editor 1999