Freelance mailing list: other lists
Canadian Freelance News
- A free ezine, emphasizing writing and
photography. Here's their page of Canadian
- Copyediting-L Mailing List
- CE-L is a big mailing list devoted to copyediting, with
some business discussions on the side. List members can put
themselves on a freelancer list that is available to publishers.
"Join the list" (i.e., subscribe) is a link on the archives
page. There's also an attached chat list,
Copyediting-L-off-list (CEL-O) that you can join.
Design & Publishing
- On Topica. Not a busy list, but you could change that.
- This is a public list over on Yahoo Groups for writers.
- List for freelance professional SF, fantasy, and CG artists.
IndexStudents Mailing List
- Dan Connolly's discussion list for USDA indexing
course students. Check out his site for the nice FAQ.
Index-L Mailing List and other lists
- This is the ASI page for mailing lists. You probably
can find one here that covers whatever aspect of indexing
you're interested in.
The Electric Editors (UK)
- Home of the EDline (editorial discussions), LANGline (foreign
languages), and Grapevine (computer-related topics) mailing lists.
Plus Word and WordPerfect macros (lots of them) for editors, and
tons of useful links. Check out this site.
McEdit Mailing List
- Yahoo Groups, Chuck's list for Mac-using editors interested
in chatting with the like-minded. For more information, email the
- Willa MacAllen's list for medical writers, editors, and such.
NASW-freelance and NASW-jobs
- National Association of Science Writers mailing lists.
- Gloria Hamilton's list for freelancers of all kinds in
the Philadelpha area.
TECHWR-L Mailing List
- Big discussion list for technical writers and editors.
- Topica is a free mailing list server, and this link goes
straight to their Business/Publishing classification for yet
more mailing lists devoted to everyone's favorite subject.
- Translators are not lacking in choices:
Yet more links for translators.
Work for Writers Mailing List
- Francine Modderno's list "for professional writers,
staff or freelance, to find job leads, share information
on job searches, writing contacts, contracts, writers'
organizations, etc. It's also for employers to post
jobs for print, screen and tv writers, journalists,
editors, book indexers, etc."
But wait, there's more. This is a list of lists
provided by Bill Blinn of Copyediting-L:
Got links? Post 'em.
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