Editors on editing

Wrapping it up in a single sentence, Alexander McCall Smith writes in The Right Attitude to Rain, his third novel about journal editor and philosopher Isabel Dalhousie:

“What had been dull and unintelligible had now become dull and intelligible, which was little achievement, but enough for the day.”

By way of John E. McIntyre in The Baltimore Sun

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