The Polish Revision (cue panic!)

  Revision #3: Polish pol-ish \PAHL-ish\ v. (Middle English: from Old French poliss-, lengthened stem of polir ‘to polish’,from Latin polire)  1.to make smooth and glossy, especially by rubbing or friction;   2. to render finished, refined, or elegant. When it comes to revising a manuscript, I’d wager a guess that there are as many methods as there are writers. I personally know writers who never revise (not even once!) and others who think … Continue Reading →