3 edition of What editors want found in the catalog.
What editors want
Philippa Jane Benson
|Statement||Philippa J. Benson & Susan C. Silver|
|Series||On writing, editing, and publishing|
|Contributions||Silver, Susan C., author|
|LC Classifications||Z286.S37 B467 2013|
|ISBN 10||0226043134, 0226043142, 0226043150|
|ISBN 10||9780226043135, 9780226043142, 9780226043159|
|LC Control Number||2012010479|
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