Crash Course: How to Think Like an Editor
Instructor: Heidi Hill
Understanding what a good editor does—how they read, what they look for, and the decisions they make when editing—will help you fine-tune your writing and self-editing skills; it will also improve your ability to communicate clearly with any professional editor. In this three-hour hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to spot and fix common grammar, style, and content issues and practice editing sample pieces of writing and a selection of your own writing. You’ll also receive a list of helpful resources, a self-editing checklist, and feedback from the instructor, a seasoned editor.
Class Limit is 12.
Biography: Heidi Hill has been a professional editor and writer for twenty years, first in small presses in Chicago, and most recently as a freelance copy editor and developmental editor. She has taught workshops on editing and revision at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education in Massachusetts and teaches a course on editing as an adjunct professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Lesley University’s Creative Writing MFA program.
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date(s): Saturday. January 26
Class time: 10:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.
Type of Class: Crash Course
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