Sunday 14th October 2018 1:30pm-4:30pm Spaces still available!
Whatever professional editing your work may eventually receive when accepted for publication, if you’re a serious writer you must initially be your own editor, able to see your draft material through the eyes of a vigilant reader and undertake rigorous revision.
Learning how to have an editor in your head is just as important for non-fiction (e.g. memoir writing, biography or history) as for short stories and novels.
So this workshop will help you to scrutinise your text meticulously at all levels, from content and structure to the stylistic details.
Ian Reid is the author of more than a dozen books including non-fiction as well as historical novels. He also has extensive experience as an editor of numerous book publications, magazines and professional journals. His writings, which have won international awards, have been translated into several foreign languages. He has taught literature and creative writing in universities and is an Adjunct Professor of Humanities at UWA.
His website is at: www.ianreid-author.com
Call (08) 9301 2282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further inquiries.
Directions to the Centre: From Lakeside Drive to Deakin Road, enter Car Park 14. There is a visitors parking area, near the Gymnasium and Child Care Centre. Parking is free over weekends.
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