Question submitting SexIs article (about the editors)

kendra30752 kendra30752
Just curious about something. It's not a huge deal, but I am curious. I've had a few articles published on SexIs and my last one submitted was edited & I'm curious, when you re-submit your newly revised article, will it automatically go to the previous editor who "edited" it? Do I make any sense?

Is there any way to, uhh... request a particular editor? There are some things I'm extremely particular about with certain articles, and well, to be honest, there is a particular editor I trust and prefer because they never let things slide. Lol. So will this article HAVE to go straight back to the previous editor? On this article, there's just a few complicated things mixed in there, and I know one of the editors are capable of giving me some extra help with it.

Do you guys know if you re-submit will it go back to the same editor or a new one? I'm an editor for reviews and when I've sent a review back saying things need fixing before we can publish, the review comes directly back to me, not a different editor. So is SexIs the same?

And if so, if you will have the same editor when you re-submit, have you guys ever gotten a sort of second opinion from a friend here or someone else you know will be likely to give their true opinion (let you know anything that they think would look better such as re-wording, etc.)? Do you have someone who is a buddy here that is happy to look over your articles to give you second opinions or just for an extra set of eyes?

Anybody willing to be my extra set of eyes? I'd be happy to return the favor in whatever way I can. I just want someone who could sort of read over and well, just give me their opinion. I like critical. I like for someone to dig deep and give me their honest opinion when it comes to things like wording, etc. I am used to having my editor with me when I'm working on my novel or other fiction I write elsewhere, so I'm weird about not having someone as critical as my real-life editor when I write here. Lol.

Any takers?
11/06/2012
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Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
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Originally posted by kendra30752
Just curious about something. It's not a huge deal, but I am curious. I've had a few articles published on SexIs and my last one submitted was edited & I'm curious, when you re-submit your newly revised article, will it automatically ... More
The editing pool for SexIs is small so chances are you will see the same editor over and over, but it is not possible to request an editor unless you talk to Rayne. If you are asked to resubmit an article and you do so in a timely manner then the editor who sent you the article back will be the one to publish the article. Usually if you don't resubmit your article in a timely manner you'll get a note asking you to email the editor. When the editor receives your email they will pick up the article again and allow you to complete the required tasks.

The Eden Lit Club has talked about doing editing circles for review writing and article writing but only a few people have asked for help. I am always available to help organize or even help pre-edit any review or article. Chuchii took me up on my offer and won second place in the last SexIs writing competition.
We do all editing off site so that it doesn't conflict with SexIs policies of not publishing any previously published materials.
11/07/2012
kendra30752 kendra30752
Oh thanks so much for the answer! Very helpful. I would really be happy to have someone give me their extra set of eyes... and opinion!
11/08/2012
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
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Originally posted by kendra30752
Oh thanks so much for the answer! Very helpful. I would really be happy to have someone give me their extra set of eyes... and opinion!
When you have your next article ready to submit put a note on the Eden Lit forum...don't post the article! I am sure we can find someone who would be willing to sit down and take a critical look at your work. We do all of it offline in emails so we don't break the rules about previously published material. Having another writer look at your work can ensure that the flow is good, the topic relevant and the grammar is up to snuff!
11/15/2012
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