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What’s the difference between publication editors and writers?

Editors can add their own stories to a publication, review submissions to it, edit and publish drafts submitted by writers, and remove any stories from the publication.

Editors can also add and remove writers. They cannot delete a publication unless they are also that publication's owner (i.e, they are the user who created that publication).

Only editors can send letters.

Only owners can add editors.

Note: Editors are able to review and edit stories submitted by writers prior to adding them to their publication.

Writers can submit their stories to a publication, where the story will be reviewed by the editors of that publication before being added (editors can also make edits to your story). Writers also can remove their stories from a publication to which they have been added.

See also: Managing editors and writers in a publication.

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