At just over 600 pages, the AP Stylebook is widely used as a writing and editing reference in newsrooms, classrooms and corporate offices worldwide. Read the press release.
for decades, at newspapers and as a freelance editor. When I look for guidance on words and usage, I want a reference book that stays current. The AP Stylebook reflects what I need to know, and I consider it an essential tool for any editor or writer seeking clarity.
Mark Allenfreelance editor, Mark Allen Editorial 2017
national conference coordinator, American Copy Editors Society
Merrill Perlmanfreelance editor, Merrill Perlman Consulting
“Language Corner” columnist, Columbia Journalism Review
It SETS the industry standard, and is nimble enough to adapt when those standards need to change.
and AP Stylebook helps ensure uniformity throughout our worldwide distribution. Whether within the newsroom or in conversations with clients, citation of AP Stylebook entries regularly settles editorial debates about spelling and formatting. It’s rare and invaluable to have a definitive resource to adjudicate on simple disagreements of opinions.
Paul J.F. BowmanSenior Editor, Business Wire Minneapolis