Edited Twelve Catch Regulations

Edited Twelve Catch Regulations

The I Told you you were in the Cause Worth IT, your Work IT WAS Worth. (Because I told myself worthy of you, your work worthy of me.)

——Max Perkins, “Genius Catcher”

In the movie “Genius Catcher”, the famous American editor Max Perkins said to the legendary writer Thomas Wolfe: “Because I told myself that you are worthy, and your work is worthy of me.” This is the editor’s encouragement to the writer. The affirmation of the work is also the faith in my own vision and professionalism. This is true for genius catchers, and so should ordinary editors.

Editors, as the writers and behind-the-scenes of works, their work is complicated, and the tasks to be handled by themselves are extremely cumbersome. Editors in the publishing industry are often frantic about this. However, everything changes in the same way, and the editing work also has its own rules to follow. Carefully sorted out, you can roughly sum up the basic twelve guidelines that editors must abide by in their work practice, or “the twelve military rules for editing”.

Rule 1: Focus on details

Rule 2: Observe the rules

Rule 3: Empty yourself and accept new knowledge

Rule 4: Be sensitive and studious, don’t be ashamed to ask

Rule 5: Have the courage to question

Rule 6: Rethinking, rethinking

Rule 7: Start writing, start writing

Rule 8: Do not complain

Rule 9: Dedication and Service

Rule 10: Observe keenly, make good destinies

Rule 11: Keep upright and innovate, dare to be the first in the world

Rule 12: Don’t forget the original intention, the mission is on your shoulders

Rule 1: Focus on details

“The difficult things in the world must be done easily; the great things in the world must be done in detail.” Lao Tzu said. Difficult things start from the easy, and big things start from the details. This is especially true of editing work, where the principle of “details determine success or failure” is reflected everywhere.

Topic selection planning and manuscript preparation generally focus on general planning, but if you ignore the details and fail to complete the communication work at one time, it may cause the author to turn to sign another party; even if the manuscript is successfully commissioned, it may be due to the failure of a service. The duck in hand flew away. When signing a contract, the details of the terms and the text are prone to errors, and various numerical agreements should be paid more attention. For example, an agreement on February 30 appears in a contract, which is probably an error caused by the editor directly applying it from elsewhere.

The importance of the details in the third review and three proofreading is self-evident, from the sensitive words implied in the manuscript thought, to the hidden interest behind the keynote, to the judgment and modification of various words such as wrong sentences and typos; from the position of the header and the layout in the layout. The design of the title level, the use of various fonts and font sizes, and the handling and control of various styles such as the choice of cover copy and materials, all these details must be checked by editors.

The embankment of a thousand miles collapsed in an ant’s nest. In the quality inspection and printing process, the details determine the success or failure and become the tight spell on the editor’s head. If it is done well, the tight spell will be slightly relaxed; which small details are not done well, or more small details accumulate to cause a catastrophe (manuscript) The quality inspection result exceeds one in ten thousand, and a large amount of content that needs to be deleted before printing) . Any error in the details of a book printed in black and white is almost irreversible evidence.

As for marketing and distribution, there were minor errors. Colleagues in other departments pointed out that the editor was often embarrassed by his unprofessionalism, so he was more careful in details, and even developed a fault-finding temperament.

Although there are no mistakes and no books, every book will have mistakes, but the dedicated editors still want to make the products they handle can withstand the test of every link, and for this reason, they must carefully craft every detail. What’s more, the bottom line of one-tenth of a million errors in the quality inspection process is always the sword of Damocles.

Rule 2: Observe the rules

Mencius said: “Li Lou’s cleverness, and the skill of the public losing the son, can’t make a square without rules.” It means that a skilled craftsman like Li Lou’s shrewd eyes and the same kind of public transportation, does not rely on rules and rules, is unable to draw squares and circles. of. There are many rules in the publishing industry, mainly based on the “Publication Management Regulations” formulated by the State Council.

As far as the profession of editing is concerned, the rules of the regulations mainly contain three rules. The first is content rules . Any publication must not contain content that endangers national unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity; incites ethnic hatred, ethnic discrimination, undermines ethnic unity, or violates ethnic customs; promotes obscenity, gambling, violence, or instigates crime, etc. For youth book editors, one more thing is added: publications targeted at minors must not contain content that induces minors to imitate behaviors that violate social ethics and illegal crimes, and must not contain terror, cruelty, and other nuisances. Contents of adult physical and mental health.

The second is formal rules . In terms of language, the language used in publications must comply with national laws and regulations and relevant standards and norms. In the book number and issue number, the publication must include relevant data and words such as the book number, issue number, in-print cataloging data, and publication date. In terms of the external form of the publication, the publication’s specifications, format, format, binding, proofreading, etc. must comply with national standards and regulatory requirements, and so on.

The third is quality management rules . The regulations stipulate that publishing units must guarantee the quality of publications. If the quality does not meet the relevant regulations and standards, the publication administrative department has the right to order corrections and give warnings; if the circumstances are serious, it will also order a deadline to suspend business for rectification or issue a certificate by the original The agency revoked the license.

From the pre-editing content review to the language norms followed in the editing process, to the external binding form, to the publication quality inspection until the end of the editing work, these three rules always accompany the process of each publication for each editor.

Naturally, rules can be big or small, can be guarded or broken, and they are not set in stone. Although there are national standards and norms for the use of language and characters, there may be breakthroughs in literary and artistic works; although simplified Chinese characters are required items for the cover text of general publications, the titles of literary, fine arts and other publications Traditional Chinese characters can also be used; although dictionary dictionaries stipulate the standard usage of words, with the development of society, some previously non-existent internet words gradually form conventional usages and are widely adopted by people, so they are added to the word ranks of dictionary dictionaries. These form another kind of rules to a certain extent.

Every profession has its own rules. Rules represent professionalism and norms; compliance with rules is the requirement of editing work and the embodiment of professionalism.

Rule 3: Empty yourself and accept new knowledge

In the publishing process, the editor is the person who interacts most with authors and manuscripts. In the face of them, it is most important for editors to keep emptying themselves and accepting new knowledge at all times. Empty yourself and accept new knowledge, that is, without prejudice, look at people and things with a new and developmental perspective.

As the saying goes, there are a lot of people with the same rice, and the editors facing the authors, whether they are well-known authors or newcomers, will not be people of the same personality, the same level, and the same industry. When an author confidently puts the “child” (work) he has worked so hard into the hands of the editor, he establishes a trusting and cooperative relationship with the editor, but the editor’s understanding of the author must be sincere and tolerant .

Knowing the author without prejudice is the first thing. The author of the manuscript may be a novice, but the editor should not be arrogant to the novice author; in the same way, there is no need to bend one’s knees to the famous. To treat the author with a new, receptive and equal perspective each time is both a respect for the author and respect for the profession of editing.

There are thousands of bells in the book, the golden house in the book, and Yan Ruyu in the book. In addition to conveying people’s spiritual enjoyment, the actual benefits that books bring to each reader are also very different. Whether it is spiritual benefits or material sweetness, each manuscript has its own unique value, and it must also have its points that need to be revised and improved.

The past thinking also told the editor that the author’s reputation is average, and the sales of his works are average. The new manuscript submitted this time is probably the same as it is, and it will not be a bestseller. However, this work may become a hot spot in the book market, just because it fits the current social hot spots. Nowadays, a colleague’s common saying is published: I don’t know which cloud will rain. That is the intention. If an editor is stubborn and lacks an open mind to accept, it is very likely that he will miss a bestseller.

There are no two leaves that are exactly the same in the world, and there are no people and things that are completely static in the world. The author is colorful, with different temperaments, and status. Editors should not look at modern people with old eyes, but try to look at and accept him with new eyes when interacting. This means emptying oneself and without prejudice. The manuscripts are colorful, short and long. The editor treats each manuscript as a new world of knowledge and takes it seriously. This means emptying oneself and accepting new knowledge. Only by emptying yourself out will it be possible to accommodate more new knowledge and new views. Such editors are lively and always full of vitality.

Rule 4: Be sensitive and studious, don’t be ashamed to ask

Confucius, the first editor in China, said the famous saying, “Study and learn from time to time, don’t you just say it?” It is true that maintaining the willingness and ability to continue learning is a pleasant thing. For daily work, it is related to words. This is especially true for editors dealing with knowledge.

To live and learn is determined by the nature of the editor’s work. Many old editors in the industry often point out that editors are miscellaneous and must have miscellaneous studies (Shen Chang Wenyu) . At the very least, editors nowadays are college graduates, or study literature, or science, and most of them have their own professional knowledge reserves, but the manuscripts they face at work do not completely correspond to the majors they have studied, even the direction of the manuscripts and the majors they have learned. It is consistent, but as mentioned above, the content of the manuscript is all-encompassing, and the knowledge points involved are complex and subtle. The editor completely relies on the author, and it is not feasible to believe in the author’s level and insights. If the editor can’t understand it, it needs to be verified . At this time, editors are experts but have to surpass experts, and those who are miscellaneous must have the willingness and ability to learn miscellaneous learning.

To live and learn is a must for those who pursue dreams. The editor himself is limited in what he has learned, and the manuscripts he has worked on are also limited. Every new manuscript may contain questions and knowledge that he does not understand or know. What if he does not maintain an attitude of learning? Learning is incomplete in the classroom and attentively listening during training. It is more reflected in the careful consideration of words and every moment of dealing with others in the work reviewing manuscripts.

As literati, intellectuals, and practitioners in the cultural industry, editors should have a multifaceted understanding of learning like Confucius. Not to mention, this kind of profession itself is a symbol of culture, learning, and knowledge. How many young people were willing to abandon other high-paying and fashionable sunrise industries, and willingly defected to the low-profit traditional sunset industry to make a version. Their original intention was nothing more than Love reading, like to accept new knowledge, willing to be closer to books and knowledge, closer, closer. Don’t forget your original intention, you can always have it; don’t forget to learn, you can die well.

Rule 5: Have the courage to question

“Questioning is the first step towards philosophy.” said Diderot, the French Enlightenment thinker and philosopher. Dare to question is a manifestation of the professionalism of editors. In the face of unfamiliar manuscript content, editors tend to tremble and fear, but if the editor does not raise any doubts about the content of the manuscript because the author of a manuscript is an authority in the industry, in line with full trust in the authority, the editing work will be lost. Meaning. If you dare not raise questions, it is not only irresponsible to the authors, manuscripts, and readers, but also a blasphemy on editorial quality.

Dare to raise questions, be good at finding suspicious elements in the manuscript, and be willing to hit a few more question marks, just the first step for the editor to treat the text. After the problem is raised, the problem must be solved. Solve the problem first by yourself, not every time you find a mistake, you have to consult your colleagues and leaders, and you have to return to the author for confirmation. Only those content that the editor is unable to determine or have doubts can not be verified through various reference books and formal materials. You can consult senior editors, colleagues, relevant experts, or negotiate with the author.

The duty and purpose of the editor’s work is to publish a qualified and excellent book. The error rate during quality inspection of qualified and excellent books cannot be higher than one in ten thousand. It can be said that most editors spend a lot of energy and time. Questions and errors are dealt with, but the completion of the questioning and interpretation does not mean the end of the editing work, at least not for the intentional and diligent editors. Intentional editors are willing to “go further”. They are eager to learn and good at learning. They pay attention to learning from doubts, and learn from dispelling doubts. They record every classic mistake for later investigation, and answer every question and answer. The process is regarded as the experience of acquiring skills and accumulating knowledge.

Rule 6: Rethinking, rethinking

When it comes to reflection, most people blurt out what Zeng Zi said in “The Analects”: “My life is three times: I am not loyal to others? Do you not believe in making friends? Do you not know how to pass?” In publishing work, Introspection and reflection are also extremely important, even the most critical.

The reflection of the editing work can be carried out every day and every moment, or it can be a group meeting to discuss and summarize. Such concentrated and collective reflections are generally held after the publication of the new book and the department convenes a meeting, which can be called a new book review meeting.

The new book review meeting, first of all, is to summarize experience. The books were successfully published and achieved satisfactory results. What are the successful experiences? Can these experiences be copied into the next book? Some links have outstanding performance. Can the excellent performance of this link be extended to other links of publishing? These are all worthy of editing, summarizing, inferring from one another, and generalizing.

Second, the focus of the new book review meeting can fall on reflection errors. To analyze the reasons for the mistakes, one is that there are individual sentences with poor ideological orientation in the books. The second is that obvious words and sentences appear in the books. The third is a big mistake in the style of the book. For example, the title on the cover is “Chinese Stories for Children”, but the title on the header of the book is “Chinese Stories for Children”. Fourth, the book binding failed to achieve satisfactory results, and the editor and the designer needed to analyze the reasons together for the next improvement and improvement. Fifth, coordination and reflection on marketing and distribution strategies require joint discussion and analysis by various departments.

learn from past experience. For the department, reflecting on manuscripts and finished books is conducive to the common growth of all staff and reduces economic losses and reputation damage. For editors, it is not shame but wisdom to learn how to think about each other in my day, to sincerely accept the opinions of the new book review meeting, to fall from mistakes, and to rise from mistakes again.

If an editor can gain from his mistakes, he will take the initiative to reflect, and it will be the result of further reflection.

Rule 7: Start writing, start writing

Zhu Xi, a master of Confucian Confucianism in the Southern Song Dynasty, commented on Confucius: “The sky does not give birth to zhongni, and the ages are like a long night.” Confucian thought has a profound influence on Chinese culture. Everyone knows that Confucius is a thinker and educator. As everyone knows, he has personally revised the “Book of Songs”, “Shangshu”, “Book of Changes”, “Chunqiu” and so on. He is truly China’s first great editor. Although the “Six Books” revised by Confucius became a Confucian classic and set an excellent example for later editors, his style of “telling but not writing” is not worthy of modern editors to imitate. On the contrary, when the editors of the new era pick up their pens, they should not only serve to revise the author’s manuscript, but should also write down their thoughts, thoughts, and dreams.

Du Fu said: “Reading breaks ten thousand books, and writing is as if there is a god.” The author needs to read a lot of materials and study many books, and it may reach the realm of Du Fu’s words, and the editor is the same. Write it, you can write anything, a small poem, a small essay, even a paragraph or two after reading, it is also excellent; even if it is an excerpt of an excellent verse, it is also a prelude to practice pen. Every time you write a word, you are one step away from your creative dream.

Editors often see the author “writing as if there is a god,” and they are envious. They feel that writing is a gift for the author, and others probably can’t learn it. As everyone knows, most authors can achieve something in the literary world, and practice writing piece by piece is essential. The author has worked hard for many years before he can achieve “the writing is frightening the wind and rain, and the poem becomes the weeping ghosts”; the editor can also do it, and the author can also realize the difficulty of condensing the words and condensing sentences in the writing. This is the practice of “knowing this matter must be practiced” to bring true knowledge.

Editors and authors are each other’s nobles, but sometimes editors and authors are easy enemies for each other. If the editor also joins the creators’ team, and the text written stroke by stroke, word by sentence, and hard work staying up all night is handed over to others to be cut and deleted, the editor at this time will be able to deeply touch it. The creator’s helplessness and grievance. Comparing hearts and thinking in different places, the next time the editor is editing a manuscript, the editor will have more understanding and appreciation of the author’s refusal to delete and modify the manuscript. In this way, the roughness of cooperation between the two parties will be much reduced. This is the “knowledge of this matter must be practiced” that is easy to know and difficult to do.

As the saying goes, a good memory is not as good as a bad pen. Editing and planning projects, dealing with authors, or witnessing certain publishing events in the publishing circle, and writing interesting anecdotes. The editor reviews the manuscript, feels about the content of the manuscript, can write and write, and jot down his fresh and lively and fleeting inspiration anytime and anywhere. The editor writes, and the types of articles that can be written are rich and varied. As the first reader of the manuscript and the first person in charge of editing and editing, writing a book review is the meaning of the title; writing other articles of different genres, diligent practice, is also infinitely beneficial of.

It is generally believed that editors have good eyesight and good memory, and they can see the essence and dregs of the book at a glance. Remember that the mistakes in this book should not be repeated in the other book; if the writing is better, it is a bonus for the editor to bring a talented and lucky halo. This item can be said to be the icing on the cake.

The story of the pony crossing the river tells us that the creation of this river is neither as difficult, obscure, nor unpredictable as “to cross the Yellow River, and to climb the Taihang to fill the snowy mountains”; nor is it like “the apes on both sides of the strait can’t stop crying,” “The light boat has passed ten thousand mountains” is so easy and at your fingertips. The little horse tested the water and waded through the first river in his life. What about the editors?

Rule 8: Do not complain

A few years ago, there was a spiritual inspirational book imported from the United States that has long dominated the bestseller list. It is “The World Without Complaining”. The author of this book advocates that everyone use 21 days of no complaining to change the destiny of life. The cover of the book is printed with a striking slogan: “Excellent people, do not complain!” Then, as an excellent editor, can you experience it for yourself? What about an editor career that doesn’t complain?

In the industry chain of the publishing industry, ordinary editors face pressure all year round, and they should have the most reason to complain. One is the author’s accusation. Some authors like to use their fame and authority to suppress others, and if they are dissatisfied with the editor’s requirements, they will pretend to be pretentious. The second is the accusation of colleagues and leaders. In the publishing industry, when a book is not done, editors and publishers often complain about each other. In normal work, editors are more likely to face criticism from their leaders. Poor editors often lift their heads dizzy from the table full of manuscripts, sulking and resenting these accusations. The third is the accusation of readers. In the current Internet age, readers will leave messages online, judging from various angles on the quality of a book, and some comments are unbearable.

Of course, Mao Zedong once said: “The complaints are too high to guard against heartbreaking, and the scenery should be long-term.” In life and study, work and life, how can there be so many smooth and happy situations? There must be setbacks, and “unsatisfactory things in life are often nine out of ten”; for this, complaining often is really undesirable.

Too many complaints and complaints about over-duty can affect interpersonal relationships. People in every link and every position have work tasks and psychological burdens. If the editor is full of complaints and often utters complaints, it will inevitably affect the communication and cooperation with the author, colleagues and leaders. The second is complaining that affects one’s health. Zhang Defen, an influential personal growth writer in the Chinese-speaking world, said: “Complaining is the most energy-consuming useless act.” Indeed, too much complaining may not touch anyone who accuses you, but will accumulate more and more grievances. In the minds of the complainers, Chairman Mao said that “the complaints are too much to prevent heartbreaking.”

The grievance was too great, and Chairman Mao prescribed a prescription: “Look at the sight and see if you have a long history.” Broad-mindedness and long-term vision are the correct response. A publishing house president once talked about his management of editors: “Any book that has any problems is the responsibility of the editor; for a book, any honors and awards are also the responsibility of the editor. “Editors, do you complain?”

Rule 9: Dedication and Service

“Bitter hatred for pressing the golden thread every year and making wedding clothes for others” was originally the description of the life of poor women by the poet Qin Taoyu of the Tang Dynasty. It is now generally used to describe the dedication of publishing industry editors.

Indeed, since you choose to be an editor, you must be mentally prepared to be willing to contribute. For authors, editors are behind them, and for publishing organizations, editors are employees who use this platform to engage in ordinary jobs. Throughout his life, editors are a screw on the publishing platform, either qualified or excellent. It is no exaggeration to say that editors have dedicated their lives to the publishing industry silently.

The silkworms run out of silk when they die, and the torch turns into ashes and tears begin to dry. This is a true portrayal of the silent dedication of the editor’s career. But the working spirit of editors does not stop there. In view of the special nature of the publishing industry, editors should also have a more sense of service.

Serve the author, “Don’t let people praise the color, just leave the pure air in the sky”. From the root, editors serve authors and manuscripts. The focus of editing is not to let people appreciate their talents and colors, but to launch excellent works and classic works through their own hands, which can stay in the literary and publishing world. Clear air is enough.

Serving publishing organizations, “after harvesting hundreds of flowers and making honey, for whom will you work hard and sweet for whom?” To serve the publishing organization you are waiting for, being dedicated and loyal to the overall situation is an editor’s basic workplace ethics. What’s more, on a variety of publishing platforms, editors’ ability, vision, and financial resources can be improved and improved. This kind of service is hard and sweet.

At the annual induction training meeting for publishing newcomers, the old editors will be instructed: “Pursue promotion and wealth, and achieve immediate results. Don’t enter the editing industry. As an editor, you must be willing to be lonely, dedicated, and willing to serve others.” The “front wave” is well-intentioned, are the “back wave” in the audience ready for it? Years later, when you look back on the past, can you pat your chest and say sincerely, “I have no regrets about my choice”?

Rule 10: Observe keenly, make good destinies

A good topic is a piece of fat that everyone wants to covet. In the end, who will get the job is the ability of planning and editing.

A keen sense of smell is the basic quality of planning and editing. When looking for a topic, the editor is like a wild wolf from the grassland, not only watching six directions, but also listening to all directions. On the one hand, we must pay attention to national events, and on the other hand, we must also pay attention to historical trends and international exchanges. The focus of some planning editors is on academic developments. They will ask for papers from the prestigious older generation of scholars, and they will often extend an olive branch to young and middle-aged scholars in universities and research institutions. The emerging Israeli historian and writer Yuval Harari is a “post-70s”. He is well-known in the publishing circle for his three books, “A Brief History of Mankind”, “A Brief History of the Future” and “A Brief History of Today”. There was a “brief history”.

With three or two peach blossoms, the Prophet of Chunjiang Teal, it can be said that the active book market is inseparable from the excellent professional quality of planning editors-keen insight. Even in ordinary social hot spots, they are smart and good at digging out topics that suit them. Tao Yong’s book “Guang Guang”, one of the authors, is a living example.

For a good topic selection, the planning editor showed a wolf-like quick response quality, and did not miss any useful information. For this reason, they communicated extensively, formed good relationships, and tried to get acquainted with heroes from all walks of life.

Learning alone without friends is lonely and ignorant. Planning editors all know this truth. Of course, they do not dabble in all fields of topic selection, nor are they eager for authors in all fields. They worked hard in the field they identified, repeatedly sifted through the topics of their opponents, and finally found a boutique that more closely matched the interests of publishing organizations and editors. At this time, they changed from a monk who took the initiative to alms to a prince who sold melons.

It is said that the famous publisher Dong Xiuyu once taught the secrets of the topic selection. She said that whenever she couldn’t think of a better topic or idea, she invited the author and friends to have tea and chat. During the chat, thoughts sparked. Perhaps good topics and ideas will emerge. Good topic selection requires a good brain and a good popularity.

Rule 11: Keep upright and innovate, dare to be the first in the world

Shouzheng innovation seems to be an old topic. Nowadays, various industries are talking about and advocating about it, which also proves that Shouzheng innovation will last forever. The publishing industry belongs to the content industry, and its adherence to the principle of integrity and innovation is self-evident, and it should be vigorously promoted.

Keeping the right way refers to abiding by the right way. For editors, the right way to abide by is mainly reflected in three aspects. One is to promote truth, goodness and beauty, and depreciate fake and ugly. The second is to promote civilized, progressive ideas and advanced culture, and criticize the historical scum that is backward, stale, and contrary to human nature. The third is to disseminate scientific knowledge, abandon ignorance and ignorance; disseminate scientific truths, and break feudal superstitions. Keep upright, keep the right way, not the old way.

The new leaves of the Fanglin urge the Chen leaves, and the flow of water will let the waves follow. In any industry, new forces will continue to emerge and have to perform. Innovative measures should also emerge at the historic moment. In terms of developing authors, discovering and cultivating newcomers, and communicating new creative perspectives and writing styles with authors, are innovations. In terms of book production, the content is revised, adding the latest articles, pictures that readers love to see, and notes containing the latest academic achievements. In terms of market development, online shopping, customization, group buying, and library distribution are not new. Live streaming, book club sales, social marketing, etc. are gaining momentum. Where is the next innovation? Still need to be pondered by publishing peers.

“Five hundred years of advancement of new ideas, and after the millennium, they will feel Chen Chen again.” Qing Dynasty scholar Zhao Yi wrote in “On Poems”. This is true of writing poetry, and so is editing work. Creativity is always produced and surpassed all the time. No innovative thought can maintain vitality forever, only innovation itself can.

Keeping integrity and innovation are not contradictory. Keeping the integrity, keeping the righteous way, morality, and ideological principles, is to delete the complex to simplify the three autumn trees; innovation, the creation of new ideas, new methods, new technologies, new methods, is the form of expression, is the new February flower of leading different standards.

The many achievements in the content industry chain are mostly made by editors who dare to take risks, adventures, and adventures. Editors who dare to be the world’s first can make a difference.

Rule 12: Don’t forget the original intention, the mission is on your shoulders

There is a thousand Hamlet in the hearts of a thousand readers, and there is only one original aspiration in the hearts of a thousand editors, that is, love to read, read good books, and compile good books. The love for books and reading, the longing for the book atmosphere in the book industry, and seeing excellent and classic books spread to thousands of households, has changed the lofty sense of character and destiny of more people. These can be regarded as the original intention of the editors, and can resonate with 50,000 to 60,000 editors across the country.

The Southern Song poet Lu You said in a poem titled “Reading”: “There is no five-mu garden in Guizhining, and the original intention of reading is in Yuanyuan. Although the eyesight in front of the lamp is not the same, it is still 20,000 words in class.” The original intention of editing reading. Maybe not so tall, but everyone should have the willingness to compile books, publish high-quality books, and edit books to influence more people.

In the publishing industry, each role has its own unique mission. If it is said that “hands on the article” is the author’s duty, “the iron shoulders the morals and justice” is more of the editor’s professional mission. Editors have the mission of inheriting morality and justice, which is inevitable, inevitable, and inevitable.

Inevitability is determined by the nature of publication. Publishing is a cultural industry. It may not bring direct material benefits to readers, but its products can profoundly influence and innovate the thought, character, life, and destiny of a person or a group of people. The quality of this kind of ideological product is related to the ideology of the people who directly manufacture the product. Editors have this kind of moral mission, and it becomes inevitable.

The necessity is determined by the state’s management of publishing. The State Council formulated the “Publication Administration Regulations” in accordance with the Constitution, “in order to strengthen the management of publishing activities, develop and prosper the socialist publishing industry and publishing undertakings with Chinese characteristics, protect citizens’ rights to freedom of press in accordance with the law, and promote socialist spiritual civilization and Material civilization construction”. The regulations clearly state: “Publishing units implement an editor’s responsibility system to ensure that the contents of publications conform to the provisions of this regulation.” Therefore, editors must assume the mission of various checks on publications. This is the topic of editing work. There is meaning.

Reachability is the embodiment of the editor’s thoughts and values. Editors have morality in their hearts and mission on their shoulders. The morality and justice must be manifested and the mission must be reached. The editor’s work attitude, sense of honor, ideology, and cultural level, every book the editor makes can reveal the unforgettable morality and mission deep in the editor’s heart.

Don’t forget the original intention, always have to go. Although the ideal is full and realistic, most editors can not forget their original intentions. In the era of material desire, the editor’s Bingxin Yuhu is noble and sacred, and it is worth cherishing.

In the publishing industry chain, editors may be light-hearted, or they may only be unsung heroes throughout their lives, but they have not forgotten their morality and mission on their shoulders. Colleagues in the front line of editors who stick to their responsibilities full of spirit, have feelings, beliefs, bottom lines, sense of responsibility, and the responsibility of intellectuals. They are worthy of respect.

Small things make great things, details make perfect. For an editor, no one understands the importance of details better than him. Details determine success or failure. It is not just a slogan, but the primary criterion engraved in the editor’s mind.

If you want to know the straightness, you must rule the line; if you want to know the radius, you must be disciplined. Rules are the framing of products that meet the qualification requirements. Without rules, the work will lose its standardization and professionalism. Having the awareness of rules at all times is a manifestation of the editor’s professional bottom line and professionalism.

All things can be done with an humility, complacent. Editors should empty themselves, be free from prejudices, be empty-minded, and accept them calmly. Only those who are modest in their hearts can fulfill their abdomen. Editors who have good qualities are modest and prudent people, and they are also very rewarding people.

Learning is like rowing upstream. Learning is not a matter for the author alone, editors should pay more attention to learning.

Doubt is the beginning of thinking and the end of learning. Being good at doubting, daring to question, and courage to explain doubts is the basis for editors to deal with all work problems. The courage to question is the responsibility of the author, the book, the publishing organization, and the editor himself.

Seeing the virtuous, think about the Qi Yan, see the bad and self-examine. Books are the most error-prone products and will inevitably leave mistakes. There are no mistakes and no books, but editors cannot relax their exploration and reflection on errors. Rethinking, rethinking, growth and improvement will follow.

Pro-Yuan Xian fish, as retreat webs. As a cultural person, editors often admire the author’s “writing as if there is a god”, and don’t understand that the pen in their hands can be used to correct typos, or they can use dreams as horses to inspire words. Editors, start writing.

Remembering the strengths of people and forgetting the shortcomings of others is the way to be broad-minded. The situation is pressing, the threshold for publishing is low, and editors are the most responsible and tired group in the publishing process. It is unrealistic to say that there is no complaint. But try not to complain.

Fallen flowers are not heartless things, into Chunni more quadrangle. The editor is willing to be an unsung hero, dedicating, serving, and making wedding dresses for others. Turning into spring mud is better for protecting flowers. Without this kind of pattern and realm, editing is absolutely impossible.

Asking it to be clear as promised, it is a source of fresh water. The topic selection is the source of book publishing. Only with a lively and brilliant topic selection plan can it be possible for books to be published smoothly. Behind the best-selling books and long-selling books, there is often a flexible figure of planning and editing.

Talented people have come out from generation to generation, and they have led the way for hundreds of years. Keeping integrity and innovation is the truth that has been unbreakable for thousands of years. Upholding integrity is important. Without editors to adhere to orthodoxy and spread the right way, the publishing market will inevitably be chaotic. Innovation is more important. The content industry must be endlessly innovative, and editors should dare to be the first in the world.

The humble position has not dared to forget the worry about the country, and the decision still has to be closed. The editor is light-hearted, but he never forgets his original intention of entering the job: read good books and make good books. Editors have never dared to let go of their mission: to check the thought, value, and quality of books, and to be a qualified publisher of the new era.

Paying attention to details, observing the rules, emptying oneself, being sensitive and studious, having the courage to question, reflecting, writing, and keen observation, are the exploration and study of editing working methods; no complaints, dedication and service, upright innovation, not forgetting the original intention and mission Shoulder is an initiative and praise of the editor’s spirit.

In fact, there is still a lot to explore in editing work. “The road is long and long, and I will search from top to bottom.”

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