If you want to work in media or be a strong professional writer, you must have a solid grasp of AP Style because it is the standard writing format for all media practitioners.
For those of us who write, it really is not a choice.
Are you waiting for the perfect conditions to write? If so, you may not ever write a word. Don’t wait! Just write.
Changes outlined in the 2016 Associated Press Stylebook, including the adoption of 250 new or revised entries, went into effect in June. This post outlines some of the changes already released.
Because writing is life.
It’s difficult to teach while you’re still learning, but sometimes we don’t have a choice. Here are the highlights from a recent #EditorTherapy chat on Coaching Writers.
Just when you think you know the AP Stylebook, they change it. The AP announced changes today for the 2016 Stylebook, including that Internet and Web no longer will be capitalized.