Editor-in-Chief: The Reader’s Advocate


An Editor-in-Chief evaluates what’s best for the reader in ways a writer does not …

Discover why a writer’s “final” draft is different from an Editor-in-Chief’s “final” draft.

In this 15-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman discusses:

  • Why you need to always delete text from your “final” draft
  • How to keep your readers in your “created reality”
  • How to appreciate (and use) all of your ideas, even if you delete them from where they originally appear
  • Why Stefanie doesn’t care about her audience in order to care about her audience
  • What you can do if you don’t know who your readers are
  • How to write without pressure, regardless of the size of your audience

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