Ed Park is a novelist and one-third of the editorial troika that brought you The Believer, but before all that he was a copyeditor at The Village Voice, and thus another one of us deep-divers into the wide sea that is The Chicago Manual of Style. At Bookforum, he reflects on the new 16th edition, largely by reminiscing about his days bathed in the fathomless 14th (the one open on my own desk).

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