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A literary editor is an editor in a newspaper, magazine or similar publication who deals with aspects concerning literature and books, especially reviews. A literary editor may also help with editing books themselves, by providing services such as proof reading, copy-editing, and literary criticism.

A consulting editor is a non-staff, non-salaried literary editor. It may be an independent, freelance editor, or a scholar providing expertise via consulting.

A state editor in a provincial or national government department, is a salaried or honorary head of that government department. This post normally goes to members of the central services. The holder of such a post has the responsibility of editing and publishing a gazetteer of more than one district of the province he/she is based in.



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