My colleague Rich Adin, aka An American Editor, has asked me to write a regular column (The Proofreader's Corner) for him on his blog in which I explore various aspects of the business of editorial freelancing. I hope to be able to contribute on a monthly basis (though I've made him no promises!) and of course I'll continue to consider these issues here on the Parlour.
In my inaugural post, Editorial Freelancing — Are You Really Ready for It?, I consider how the move from employee to self-employer has consequences for the responsibilities we have and the tasks we must take care of as small-business owners.
You can read the article in full over on the American editor blog.
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