Clear, concise, and replete with commonsense advice, I offer the wisdom of a hundred years of editorial practice.
Style questions? See http://t.co/eGhiERYrfI.
Tip: Ever wonder what order symbols should go in when using both footnotes and endnotes? #CMOS 14.44 explains.
Here's an example of today's tip showing how to indicate rhyme schemes in poetry.
Here's a sample of today's poetry tip from #CMOS16, section 8.180.
Here's an example of today's tip about handling foreign proper nouns (section 7.51).
From today's tip, here's an example that shows how to use 2-em dashes to represent omitted letters or words.
@HIMYM_CBS Thrilled to see our 15th edition had a little cameo in Monday's How I Met Your Mother finale.
An example of today's tip from the Chicago Manual of Style Online, section 6.105.
Here's an example of today's tweet (looking at section 13.12) from The Chicago Manual of Style Online.
Here's an example of today's tweet (section 13.55) from www.chicagomanualofstyle.org.
Here's an example of today's tip, 13.27.
A very quotable book, with sticky notes marking choice quips. | From our interview with Sara Bader bit.ly/13Avv6M
In honor of the new edition of A Manual for Writers, we had to share this 1963 cover of another Turabian classic.
Now this is dedication:
A final message from Kopy Kat (and a friend):
Kopy Kat has a clause problem:
Kopy Kat thinks Chicago Style is, well, stylish:
Kopy Kat heartily agrees with a Chicago Manual of Style example:
The Kopy Kat weighs in on citations.
Clooney and #CMOS16: a match made in heaven. (@chicagotribune @triblive)
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