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Clayton Bye is a writer, copywriter, ghostwriter, editor and publisher. There are few aspects of the writing business he isn't familiar with.

Each project undertaken will require an approved estimate prior to any work being done. But, in general, prices will be extrapolated from the examples immediately below...

1. Writing: First page $135. Afterward, $25 per page.

2. Book Reviews: $30 per basic review. $40 expedited. $25 for short stories. $20 for poetry. $15 for children's books. You will get an explanation of my experience while reading the book--cover to cover.

3. Blogging: Will blog about writing and small business management. Author/publisher interviews are also available. 5 cents per word.

4 . Advertising Material: Copy/Scripts/News Releases (No brochures; just copy)75 cents per word.

5. Advertorials: (articles commissioned by advertisers) First page or partial page of work: $135. Each additional page: 5 cents per word.

6. Corporate/Business Writing: $135 for the first page. 5 cents per word, thereafter.

7. Reports/ Marketing Plans/ Technical Writing: $500 for the first page. Each additional page at 5 cents per word.

8. Editing/Commenting: 5 cents per word

9. Books (Co-author), Ghost Writing, Scripts: $135 for the first page. Each additional page $25.

10.Government Writing: $135 for the first page.  Each additional page at 75 cents per word.

11: Newsletters: writing only; I do not wish to be involved in layout design. $270 for the first page, 40 cents per word thereafter.

12: Newspaper Writing: will make my decision based on the newspaper's own per column rate.

13: Large Daily Newspapers: No syndication. Will make my decision based on the newspaper's own per column rate.

14: Smaller Community Newspapers: $50-$100 per physical column

15: Online/Web Site Writing: $270 for the first page. Each additional page 75 cents per word

16. Periodical Writing: $270 for the first page. Each additional page 75 cents per word

17. Proof Reading: $135 for first page. 5 cents per word, thereafter.

18. General Interest/Consumer Magazines: $270 for the first page. Each additional page 75 cents per word

19. Trade/Special Interest Magazine: $65 per hour for any requested research. $270 for the first page. Each additional page 40 cents per word

20. Movie Scripts: $40,000 for up to 120,000 words, then 40 cents per word.

21. No Television: (highly variable)

22. Speech Writing: $135 for the first page, 75 cents per word thereafter.

23. Teaching Writing/Instruction: $85 per hour

24. No Translation/Adaptation

25. Literary: $270 for first page, 5 cents per word thereafter.

 

Editing Definitions (according to the Editorsí Association of Canada.)

Developmental / Project Editing

Co-ordinating and editing a project from proposal or rough manuscript to final manuscript, incorporating input from authors, consultants and reviewers. May include budgeting, hiring, design supervision and project co-ordination.

Substantive or Structural Editing

Clarifying and/or reorganizing a manuscript for content and structure. Changes may be suggested to or drafted for the author. May include negotiating changes with author.

Stylistic Editing

Clarifying meaning, eliminating jargon, smoothing language and other non-mechanical line-by-line editing. May include checking or correcting reading level; creating or recasting tables and/or figures; negotiating changes with author.

Rewriting

Creating a new manuscript or parts of a manuscript on the basis of content and research supplied by an author. May include some research and writing of original material.

Copy Editing

Editing for grammar, spelling, punctuation and other mechanics of style; checking for consistency of mechanics and internal consistency of facts; marking head levels and approximate placement of art; notifying designer of any unusual production requirements. May include Canadianizing; metrication; providing or changing system of citations; writing or editing captions and/or credit lines; writing running heads; listing permissions needed and/or obtaining them; providing or editing prelims, back matter, cover copy and/or CIP data. May also include negotiating changes with author.

N.B. "Copy editing" is often loosely used to include stylistic and even structural editing, fact checking andmark-up. It is not so used by the Editorsí Association of Canada.

Picture Research

Locating suitable photos and/or artwork. May include obtaining camera-ready reproductions; preparing descriptions, working sketches and/or artist's references or co-ordinates for illustrations, maps and diagrams; supervising production of final artwork; obtaining releases from and/or conducting financial negotiations with picture sources and artists; preparing labels, captions and sources for typesetting.

Fact Checking / Reference Checking

Checking accuracy of facts and/or quotes by reference to original sources used by author and/or from other sources.

Indexing

Producing an alphabetical list of names and places and/or subjects and concepts, etc., that appear in a work.

Mark-Up / Coding

Adding designer-written specifications for typesetter or word processor.

Proofreading

Reading proofs of edited manuscript. Galley proofing may include incorporating and/or exercising discretion on author's alterations; flagging locations of art and page references; verifying computer codes. Page proofing may include checking adherence to mock-up (rough paste-up), accuracy of running heads, foliosand changes made to type in mock-up, checking page breaks and location of art, and inserting page numbers to table of contents and cross-references if necessary. May also include checking vandykes and colour mats (press proofs).

Mock-Up (Rough Paste-Up)

Producing a mock-up from proofs and marking proofs for changes necessitated by mock-up. May include copyfitting and/or marking colour breaks.

Production Editing

Co-ordinating typesetting and design in the mock-up and assembly stages; includes ensuring integration of design and content. May include actual mark-up, proofing, mock-up, page proofing, indexing and/or checking vandykes and colour mats. May also include locating, negotiating with and supervising designer, artists, typesetter, and printer and creating production schedule.

 

 

 

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