In this webinar, we will have a look at some of the fundamentals of the editing process: what is editing? What is the difference between generating text and editing text? How does one develop editing skills? What’s the difference between editing your own work and having your work edited by someone else? How does editing fiction (novel, story, creative nonfiction, poetry) differ from editing nonfiction (essay, thesis, etc)? Some benefits and dangers of editing. I’m open to any and all questions.
Registration is required through Zoom -- https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9nALy1FSROa0i-nbI-kinw
Michael Kenyon has been editing -- stories, short fiction, novels, poetry, and non-fiction -- for over thirty-five years, first for The Malahat Review, then as a freelancer. He offers manuscript evaluation, substantive editing, copy editing, etc. He is a member of editors.ca and the author of seventeen books of fiction and poetry. This means he has worked on both sides of the editorial table.
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