AP Stylebook’s 2019 edition includes guidance on “suicide,” “deepfakes,” bitcoin” and more

The resource isn’t just for journalists: Communicators of all stripes should refer to the style guide to sharpen their writing. Here are several new and edited entries.

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It’s time for spring cleaning, but you can spruce up your writing, as well as your office, with updated AP style rules.

On Wednesday, AP Stylebook launched its 2019 edition:

The 2019 AP Stylebook went on sale today.
Customers who participate in our automated annual delivery program get their Stylebooks first. Here are the boxes as they were getting ready to leave our warehouse Friday.
To get your book early next year: https://t.co/Dcjo6KZSxh pic.twitter.com/l56iokD4dX

— AP Stylebook (@APStylebook) May 29, 2019

Following its launch, AP Stylebook editor Paula Froke shared several revisions and new entries in the resource publication’s Twitter chat, #APStyleChat.

Here are several you should know:

Science, health and environmental studies

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