- n. Plural form of galley.
“They build ships which they call galleys, and make predatory attacks upon Edom and Ishmael  and the land of Greece as far as Sicily, and they bring back to Genoa spoils from all these places.”
“When, until I'm finished AAs, it doesn't even exist in galleys for ARCs yet.”
“If you, dear authors, went to copy editing school, you would then be able to proof your own work in galleys and thereby catch all the nasty mistakes that the editors let slide through.”
“When the piece came out, a friend of The Atlantic's then-editor, Ellery Sedgwick, happened to see it in galleys at the British Weekly's offices.”
“Ford makes a good case that (barring some actual errors) the revisions were made by Lewis in galleys, and were deliberate improvements, in some cases responses to observations by readers; and worth preserving.”
“This auction includes the unproofed galleys from the never-published Transylvania Press edition, as well as the unproofed galley of the Terminal Frights edition - and the winner will receive an autographed copy of The Temptation of Blood (not yet published, but delivered upon publication) which completes the cycle.”
“I gave the book in galleys to this wonderful young writer, maybe the second or third person to see it at that stage, and he read it and said to me, “It’s like Harold Bloom, but written by and for human beings.””
“When a friend of The Atlantic's editor, Ellery Sedgwick, happened to see the piece in galleys at the British Weekly’s offices, he liked what he saw and cabled Sedgwick to tell him about it.”
“Final re-read of the galleys aka arcs, first pages for any egregious errors 12.5 x”
“The proofs also called galleys or first pages are the last chance an author gets to alter anything.”
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