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Kenneth Jobe from Wichita is reading American Gods January 23, 2015 - 9:23am

I got an ARC of a short story anthology coming out in April, and I've found a couple typos just in the first story already. I'm friends with the editor of the anthology on Facebook (though I don't know them know them), and I want to point out the mistakes without seeming pompous or rude. Is it as simple as sending them a message letting them know where the typos are?

I'm apprehensive because it's someone I like a lot and look up to, and I don't want to misstep and give them a reason to think negatively of me when/if they come across a submission of mine in the future.

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Brandon from KCMO is reading Made to Break January 23, 2015 - 9:41am

You should point those out because they've obviously missed them.

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Jose F. Diaz from Boston is reading Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel January 26, 2015 - 9:11am

You can and should inform them of the problem tactfully. You don't need to blast them, just say, "Hey, I found some errors, or what appear to be errors, just thought you should know." Should be no worries.