Asked • 03/14/19

At what point does an author deal with an editor?

I'm just wondering: at which point do you have to deal with the editor, and what are the (possible) consequences? That is, when is the editor's involvement greatest? After or before a deal?I'd suspect after, since before something is agreed upon, it would mean cost for the publisher who pays the editor's wage without any benefit, not even the *potential* benefit of making money from selling the book (potential because you can never be *sure* something sells, at least not with an unknown author)But what "recourse" do you have then? The contract is signed... what could or does usually (as per said contract) happen if you don't agree to some or all of the editor's (proposed) changes?I have googled (yes, just now) and haven't found much.

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DANIEL E. answered • 03/14/19

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