Episode 11

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Published on:

27th Mar 2019

S1E11: Does location matter when working with an editor?

In this episode of The Editing Podcast, Denise and Louise discuss location and whether where your editor lives actually matters.

Listen to find out more about location in relation to:

  • Local, regional and national knowledge
  • Face-to-face meetings
  • University policies
  • Spelling, idiomatic and dialectical variance
  • Pronunciation problems
  • Communicating with global audiences
  • Refining searches for editors
  • Financial transactions
  • The type of editing being carried out
  • Times-zone advantages


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Music Credit

‘Vivacity’ Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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About the Podcast

The Editing Podcast
Make your editing and writing life easier with Denise and Louise
Editing your book is essential, whether you do it yourself or work with a pro. Join two professional editors, Denise Cowle and Louise Harnby, as they explore ways in which authors can make their publishing journeys easier. If you want to learn how to improve your writing and self-editing with tips, tools and guidance, The Editing Podcast is for you.

About your hosts

Louise Harnby

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Louise is a line editor, copyeditor and proofreader who works with indie authors of commercial fiction. She specializes in crime, thrillers and mysteries. Louise lives in Norwich, England. Don't ask her to say 'bootiful' or there'll be even more trouble!

Denise Cowle

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Denise is a copyeditor and proofreader who works with publishers, businesses and independent authors. She specializes in non-fiction, particularly education, business and social sciences.
Denise lives in Glasgow, Scotland. Don’t ask her to say ‘curly wurly’ or there might be a murrrdurrr!