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The lovely language of cricket

The lovely language of cricket by Andrew Pelechaty Cricket is a funny game: so steeped in tradition, yet constantly evolving. Test cricket dominated for its first century, following the first ‘test match’ in 1877, then Kerry Packer helped to make one-day cricket sexy...

July 2021 EdSA

Join the EdSA committee The EdSA Annual Branch Meeting (ABM) is coming up soon, a time when we invite our state voting members to join the EdSA committee in an office-bearing role or a supporting capacity. (Roles are determined by the new committee at its first...

Academic publishing under pressure

Academic book publishing under pressure As universities face dramatic losses in revenue from COVID-19 and changes in government priorities, academic book publishing is increasingly under threat. The University of Sydney’s Honorary Associate in the Department of Media...
Indicative costs of academic editing

Indicative costs of academic editing

Indicative costs of academic editing — new guidance for potential clients The Standing Committee on Academic Editing (SCAE) has developed a resource to provide guidance on the indicative costs of academic editing for potential clients. The range of costs and notes are...

Pragmatism overrides ethics?

Pragmatism overrides ethics? Editing for clients in Dutch academia by Paul Anderson How does academic editing in the Netherlands differ, compared to Australia? Should academic editors in non-anglophone countries actively encourage authors who are non-native speakers...

July 2021 EdVic

From the President  by Stephanie Holt July’s Gatherings is coming to an editing community still abuzz from the IPEd conference. I’m writing this before the conference starts, but I’ve had an exciting sneak preview doing Zoom rehearsals for some sessions. It’s shaping...