Rob Reinalda is a veteran editor and writer who worked for many years at top U.S. newspapers, including the New York Daily News and the Chicago Tribune, before entering the online publishing world.
Winner of ACES' 2019 Robinson Prize for excellence in editing, Rob has written dozens of articles on language, including essays for The Huffington Post. He has delivered numerous webinars, as well as live presentations and workshops, covering writing and editing. Rob also has penned scripts for the award-winning Grammar Girl podcasts.
He is the founder and principal of Word Czar Media (WordCzarMedia.com). Follow him on Twitter @word_czar.
Why Editors Drink
In "Why Editors Drink," award-winning editor Rob Reinalda takes a snarky look at the foibles of online writing, drawing a sharp focus on linguistic missteps from the business world. Along with his acerbic commentary, the veteran journalist offers guidance for writers and editors.
This is both a funny textbook and an informative collection of humorous observations, all from the mind of a man described both as "a modern Robert Benchley" and as "the best editor I've ever worked with."
So, grab your cocktail shaker or uncork your favorite vintage, and dive in.