Whether it's haiku, scifaiku, or other minimalist forms, I've been enjoying writing micropoetry for several years now. The small sizes fit nicely into a hectic life. Let's look at some options WordPress affords for presentation. Troubled by the automatic double-spacing when sharing your poetry? You can try using the <pre> tag in your coding. I've … Continue reading Presenting Micropoetry
Yesterday copy editors on Twitter came out in solidarity with their colleagues in the New York Times. The paper is reported to be shifting to be more reporter focussed and is cutting down on the number of copy editors in the team from over 100 to around 50. And expecting the same level of accuracy […] … Continue reading Copy Editors Matter (via Northern Editorial)
I haven't figured out why it happens, but sometimes there are spells in which I forget the power of music to change my state of mind. Maybe I worry reflexively that it will just add noise to already overloaded moments. Or maybe I worry reflexively that music will disconnect me too much from those I … Continue reading Music to Edit By
This is that infamous first post that has ground many a fledgling blog to a halt (particularly those attempted by overly-particular editors). Now, the responsible thing to do here would be to explain the general content planned at WREADITOR before the emphasis begins to flutter off inevitably to more SEO-friendly pastures. Other noble intentions could … Continue reading What is WREADITOR?