Any advice on, or recommended book about, the procedure for carrying out interviews by email? I've been starting with a short introduction of the person, and then going into questions, usually 8-12 depending on how long they are. I'll email the questions to them, then send a follow-up set depending on their answers. After I have the answers, I'll go to editing. With editing, my goal is to try to cut all of the less interesting tangents, repetitions, and conversational elements of the replies so that I'm left with their intended message, in as many of their own words as possible, keeping their voice. Of course this is an art. I try to shore up the weaknesses by (since I'm not a journalist) sending the edited versions back to the person I'm interviewing for their approval. Anyone have any tips on the etiquette, the ethics, or the style of this kind of writing?