5 edition of Stet found in the catalog.
by Junction Press
Written in English
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A fascinating collection of serious and playful poems that tap the inventive possibilities of the anagram and other constraining formsIn Stet, poet Dora Malech takes constraint as her catalyst and subject, exploring what it means to make or break a vow, to create art out of a life in flux, to reckon with the body's bounds, and to arrive at a place where one might bear and care for another life. Genre/Form: Electronic books Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Athill, Diana. Stet. (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person.
Buy a cheap copy of Stet: An Editor's Life book by Diana Athill. Diana Athill's Stet is a beautifully written, hardheaded, and generally insightful look back at the heyday of postwar London publishing by a woman who was at its Free shipping over $Cited by: 4. Stet Blog. Since its inception in the s, the IWOC monthly newsletter, Stet, has featured helpful news, tips, and information for IWOC members and the entire Chicagoland freelance writing community—including previews and recaps of IWOC meetings and events, book and service/software reviews, and advice for developing and sustaining business as an independent writer.
In the editing world, stet means "let it stand" when a copy-editor wants to rescue a explain this book, here are Athill's own words, "All this book is, is the story of one old ex-editor who imagines that she will feel a little less dead if a few people read it" (p 5).The first part of Stet reads like any other job related memoir, "here is how I came into my occupation and kept it /5(5). The printed book, however, still retains its traditional form, which causes a disconnect between the reader and the ink on paper. This gap gave reason for stet to exist. Now stet aims to come up with new forms of the printed book to encourage more people to read print, as well as important subjects like Humanities.
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Stet – the word is a proofreader’s instruction, used to cancel a correction – is about Athill’s life in publishing. The book is in two pretty much equal parts. The first is a narrative account of her career, mostly with by: 4.
Stet: An Editors Life was first published when Athill was Between her birth in and her death inAthill did a lot of living and a lot of editing, most notably at Allan Wingate and then at André Deutsch Limited. Stet leads the reader to guess that Athill was intensely interesting and intensely irritating in equal measures/5.
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Stet: An Editor's Life - Kindle edition by Athill, Diana. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Stet: /5(21). A site dedicated to emerging writers and their books.
Lizzy Goodman on her epic oral history of NYC’s early-aughts rock scene. “Stet,” from the Latin for “let it stand,” is a proofreading term meaning to retain or return to a previous phrasing.
The uncertainty of changes made and then reconsidered haunts Stet as its poems explore what is left unsaid through erasures, redaction, and the limitations of spelling.
Stet. Diana Athill (Granta, £) There aren't many occasions when you wish you were much, much older, but I felt a pang when I read this confession of Athill's: "Although for all my life I.
Diana Athill's Stet is "a beautifully written, hardheaded, and generally insightful look back at the heyday of postwar London publishing by a woman who was at its center for nearly half Stet book century" (The Washington Times).
A founding editor of the prestigious publishing house Andre Deutsch, Ltd., Athill takes us on a guided tour through the corridors of literary London, offering a keenly /5(5).
Diana Athill was a literary book editor for nearly fifty years. This is a career she seems to have fallen into rather than planned. We get glimpses of her personal background but by and large she concentrates of giving us insights into her work.
Diana Athill begins by telling /5(62). Based on the New York Times bestseller by Random House’s copy chief Benjamin Dreyer, STET. will help you sharpen those language skills or give you a reason to show them off (you know who you are). There are entertaining sentences waiting for you, the copyeditor, to correct–or, alternatively, to STET.
“Stet” is an editing term. A copy editor wanting to rescue a deletion puts a row of dots under it and writes Stet (let it stand) in the margin. The book is well written and charming. I would assume that the bibliophiles would be the major purchasers of this book.
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Stet tells the life story of a visionary Soviet filmmaker named Stet who lives through Stalin's repressions, manages to direct his first feature film, but ends up in a prison camp for various offenses against the bureaucracy. The novel is narrated in a "Russian" voice, by an. This book is an attempt to 'Stet' some part of my experience in its original form (which happens to be sadly short of figures).
Other people have given better accounts of Author: Guardian Staff. In Stet, poet Dora Malech takes constraint as her catalyst and subject, exploring what it means to make or break a vow, to create art out of a life in flux, to reckon with the body’s bounds, and to arrive at a place where one might bear and care for another g the inventive possibilities of constrained forms, particularly the revealing limitations of the anagram, Stet is a work of.
This book is an attempt to `Stet’ some part of my experience in its original form (which happens to be sadly short of figures). Other people have given better accounts of our trade (notably Jeremy Lewis in Kindred Spirits, which is not only a delight, but also says everything which needs saying about what has happened to publishing, and why).
Stet: An Editor’s Life I’ve read several books in digital format on my MacBook and ‘Stet’ was the first one that caused me to use the notes feature in iBooks. The author knows books and names the ones she helped edit and that she deems worthy of being read/5(4). Diana Athill OBE (21 December – 23 January ) was a British literary editor, novelist and memoirist who worked with some of the greatest writers of the 20th century at the London-based publishing company Andre Deutsch tion: Literary editor, author.
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Stet is a nice little book -- or rather: two books in one. We would have preferred one or the other -- or both, but separate and greatly expanded. The author-profiles are rather dark and disturbing, and the publishing experiences seem far more interesting, but many readers will no doubt like to read the biographical details about Rhys and Moore.
Stet - reviewed by Maya Phillips. reviewed by Maya Phillips. Dora Malech’s third poetry collection, Stet, takes its name from the Latin term, meaning “let it stand,” used by editors to reject a suggested change in a ’s a fitting title for this collection, which challenges its own language in a kind of ouroboros of statement and retraction through the use of anagrams, erasure.
This book is an attempt to 'Stet' some part of my experience in its original form (which happens to be sadly short of figures). Other people have given better accounts of our trade (notably Jeremy Lewis in Kindred Spirits, which is not only a delight, but also says everything which needs saying about what has happened to publishing, and why).Brand: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.A Novel.
Author: James Chapman; Publisher: N.A ISBN: N.A Category: Fiction Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Fiction. STET tells the life story of Stet, a filmmaker from Soviet Leningrad, who is sent for his artistic crimes to a prison camp in the 's, and dies there without having produced much more than a single film.