Editing Clauses in Publishing Contracts: How to Protect Yourself
from Writer Beware
Editing clauses are one of those publishing contract areas where there should be a balance between the publisher's interests and the writer's. Publishers need a certain amount of latitude to edit a manuscript to prepare it for publication. They also need to have the right of final approval--they don't want to be forced to publish a manuscript that the author can't or won't revise to their satisfaction.
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