10.9

by Kelvin Smith

Publishing looks after its tools, the words and structures that make up every published thing.  Languages are respected, both the academized and street-credited.  Disdained locutions are given a solidity to test their purpose and utility, the time-tested texts kept exercised and polished-up to act as textural support for what’s to come.

Words and the ways they are used are the core of publishing, and the rest stems from there. Worth pursuing the idea, to try to ordinate what publishing is for, using words because they are good words.

Another word: punctatim.

The point of publishing has one final point.