Karen smiles at the camera, wearing her Make Peace With Words tee.

Winner of the 2017 Robinson Prize for furthering the craft of professional editing, Karen Yin is the creator of AP vs. Chicago, a guide for anyone who gives “a dollar sign, ampersand, exclamation point, and pound sign about style,” Conscious Style Guide, a reference site for inclusive, compassionate, and empowering language, and Editors of Color, tools for diversifying your staff and sources. A copywriter and editor for over two decades, Karen ran the editorial department at advertising agencies, where she performed quality control on campaigns for Disney, DreamWorks, Fox, Pixar, Universal, and Warner Bros., and now serves clients in mass media, education, and energy. She was the style columnist for Copyediting and has given presentations on compassionate, empowering, and inclusive language, most recently as the keynote speaker at Northwest Independent Editors Guild’s Red Pencil conference. An award-winning fiction writer and Lambda Literary Foundation fellow, Karen is also the recipient of the 2018 Magnificent Seven Star Award for excellence in public relations and social media marketing.


Quiet Press  Blue graphic with transparent circled dot with text: "Language evolves. Be included. Conscious Style Guide. Include | Empower | Respect. The latest observations, opinions, and community style guides—all in one place."

"AP vs. Chicago" forms top arc and "Edit or Die" forms bottom arc, encircling a graphic illustration of a skull wearing cat-eye glasses above a wine bottle and feather (the crossbones).  Transparent white strip on top of blood-red background has EDITORS {OF COLOR} knocked out. Below, reads: Tools for Diversifying Your Staff and Sources.


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