Robert Hodson

Robert Hodson

Robert Hodson is an editor, author, scholar, educator, and professional musician.

He holds a Ph.D. in Music Theory from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has been teaching at the university level in New York, Tokyo, and Wisconsin for 22 years.

He has written many scholarly works, including his book Interaction, Improvisation, and Interplay in Jazz (Routledge, 2007).

As a professional editor, he specializes in academic, technical, and grant editing and has edited books, articles, op/eds for major newspapers, dissertations, papers, websites, and more.

A professional jazz pianist, Robert has performed with many great musicians throughout the US and in the jazz clubs of Tokyo.

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Master the Art of Writing: A Comprehensive Guide to Editing

Robert Hodson

Writing can be a powerful way to convey your ideas and information – if you can get people to read your writing.

Good writing is clear, correct, and concise.

Good writing uses rhythm to create flow.

Good writing eliminates friction for the reader.

Good writing does not draw attention to itself.

You’re probably thinking, “yes, this all sounds great… but how do I actually do this?!”

That’s what we will consider in this article.


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