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HOW A BOOK IS MADE - EPISODE 3: EDITING THE BOOK

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Published on Mar 4, 2013

In this episode of "How Book Is Made," Lauren Oliver travels to the offices of HarperCollins Publishers to introduce viewers to her editor's role in the publication process. Editorial Director Rosemary Brosnan explains how books are selected for publication, explores the relationship between authors and editors, and shares her personal approach for reviewing and editing a manuscript.

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