New Britain, CT, August 09, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Editors Only, the monthly newsletter for publication editors, has published three new articles in its online newsletter.
In "Your Good Word", international magazine design consultant John Johanek discusses a magazine's key pages, including the editorial page and a note from the editor or publisher. He also discusses how to connect with your readers on these vital pages with headshots, sharp branding, and signatures. It is also important, Johanek asserts, to "toot your horn" on the editorial page by announcing special topics and interviewees.
Professor Peter J. Jacobi reveals "A Dozen Guises" -- i.e., the various roles of writers. According to Jacobi, writers are (among other things) adventurers, entertainers, historians, and visionaries. The article illuminates how writers function and why their roles are so important.
Research editor Meredith Dias compiles a list of some common redundancies. Her article, "Overly Redundant", reminds editors and writers how important it is not to pair words that share a definitional link (e.g., "end result").
See these articles at: www.editorsonly.com.