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4 Things Editors Do to Drive Freelancers Nuts

Freelancers aren't the only ones with frustrating habits

- January 17, 2012
It's only fair. Back in November, we whipped up a collection of things that freelancers do to wrinkle the brows and prematurely gray the locks of their dutiful editors. After that revealing piece, we who labor on the other side of the assignments now understand a little bit better the do's and don'ts of endearing ourselves to those on the mastheads.

But oh no, lovely editors, you don't get off that easy. Because there's a list of gripes and grievances freelancers have about you, as well, that, if addressed, could take working relationships to almost warm and fuzzy heights.

And, if it doesn't get quite that friendly, at least we'll all be able to read our emails without rolling our eyes when certain names pop up. Here's what bugs writers about their editors: ...

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