This week on Polygon, we’re talking about what it means to get a start in American manuscript editing.
That’s not to say that American manuscript editors don’t have their work cut out for them.
We’re going to go over a number of different things that American manuscripts editors have to overcome to get there, from the very basics to what they do well and what they don’t.
If you’re new to the field, we encourage you to go through our guide to American manuscript writers.
For more in-depth articles, check out the latest edition of Polygon’s book, The American Textile Press: the Making of the Modern Textile Industry.
This week’s episode of Polygram is sponsored by The Textile Society.
You can learn more about the organization here.
The Textiles Society is an independent non-profit organization that supports the arts in the United States, as well as in countries around the world.
You’ll find out more about The Textics here.