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Five ways to make your writing cleaner (and more interesting)

As a journalist, I strive to make my writing as clear and as clean as possible. AP Style demands that pieces report as much news as possible in the least amount of words. Over the years, I’ve learned how to cut out words that clutter my sentences, replace passive voice with active voice and put … Continue reading

Publishing and Book News: Fall 2013

Atlanta author Charles McNair released his second book novel, “Pickett’s Charge” on September 20 Eve Bunting’s children’s book The Cart that Carried Martin was released in August, which follows a mule-drawn cart making its way through Atlanta Melissa Keil’s Life in Outer Space is on tour with Peachtree Publishers, and you can even enter to win the novel.   Jim … Continue reading

Atlanta Publishing Houses

Atlanta is most well known for its magazines and newspapers. However, as the city grows, so do its publishing houses. Here are just a few of the houses in the city: Peachtree Publishers This small children’s publishing house located on Chattahoochee Avenue is an independently owned trade book publisher who publishes picture books for children … Continue reading