Grammar-phobes, help is here. The Chicago Manual of Style has put their resource guide online.
They have an online tutorial for submitting a manuscript electronically, and if you’ve ever had an editor send back a story with their edits marked by signs and symbols you couldn’t understand, check out the CMS’s visual chart of proofreeding definitions.
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There are additional tools on the website, but the idea is for you to buy a year long subscription. The cost is $25 (after first year it goes up to $30) with group discounts available. While the print manual has become a bible for every author/publisher’s desk – no doubt the online version will soon become an indispensible resource web-dependent writers.