- n. Plural form of editor.
“Tim du Plessis, the editor of Media24's Beeld newspaper, says the declaration was really an "opening gambit" by the title editors and that it was decided at the open meeting held by South African National Editors 'Forum (SANEF) last week at Avusa's headquarters than an action committee be formed - on which Du Plessis sits - to take the battle forward.”
“We just thought that we [the title editors] are the ones who are answerable to our readers and owners," Du Plessis told Bizcommunity. com this week.”
“We, the title editors of South Africa's major publications and members of the South”
“Q: A lot of celebrity journalists on TV are identified as "editors at large.”
“A continuous means to be reached by editors is important.”
“As McConnell recently recalled the experience to Politico: A frequent problem with student editors is that they try to turn an article into something they want it to be.”
“At best one or two reviews of fiction by well-known writers appear per issue, and the intent of the editors is clearly to keep abreast of political and social developments rather than provide a forum for literary criticism.”
“The problem with editors is not that they edit -- some writers need editing -- but that they mostly don't.”
“The chances your work will meet the expectations of these editors is slight, even when you're seeking ordinary, non-contest-related publication.”
“My advice for meeting editors is to go to the bar where everyone drinks at the con and buy them a beer.”
Looking for tweets for editors.