Introduction to Copyediting
Jul
10
to Aug 21

Introduction to Copyediting

If you love language and have a laser-focused attention to detail, you might have considered learning how to copyedit. Copyeditors make sure writing is free from errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, style, consistency, and more in a way that requires its own set of skills beyond a solid grasp of grammar and spelling. This online class will give you a solid foundation in the basics.

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Think Like an Editor
Jul
27
9:00 AM09:00

Think Like an Editor

Has an editor or beta reader ever made a suggestion for your writing that completely changed your perspective? Do you envy the eagle-eyed people who can spot errors you miss in your own manuscript? In this class for the Loft Literary Center, I’ll share some of the common issues I see in work I edit—long and short, nonfiction and fiction—and how writers can address them in their own self-revision process.

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Inclusive Language and Avoiding Bias
Apr
9
6:00 PM18:00

Inclusive Language and Avoiding Bias

The person reading what you write or edit may be different from you in race, gender, sexuality, religion, or disability, and your personal identities and experiences affect how you see the world. So how can you make sure your work is as free as possible from unintentionally exclusive or offensive wording? Fellow editor Beth Wright and I will discuss the importance of inclusive language and diversity in the publishing process and share some key questions to ask, common missteps to avoid, and go-to resources to use in your writing and editing life. Learn more on Eventbrite.

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Think Like an Editor
Dec
15
9:00 AM09:00

Think Like an Editor

Has an editor or beta reader ever made a suggestion for your writing that completely changed your perspective? Do you envy the eagle-eyed people who can spot errors you miss in your own manuscript? In this class for the Loft Literary Center, I’ll share some of the common issues I see in work I edit—long and short, nonfiction and fiction—and how writers can address them in their own self-revision process.

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Think Like an Editor
Jul
21
9:00 AM09:00

Think Like an Editor

Has an editor or beta reader ever made a suggestion for your writing that completely changed your perspective? Do you envy the eagle-eyed people who can spot errors you miss in your own manuscript? In this class for the Loft Literary Center, I’ll share some of the common issues I see in work I edit—long and short, nonfiction and fiction—and how writers can address them in their own self-revision process.

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CONvergence 2018
Jul
5
to Jul 8

CONvergence 2018

  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

I’m an invited participant at CONvergence, an annual Twin Cities convention for fans of science fiction and fantasy in all media, and will be appearing on the following panels:

  • July 5, “How to Say No to Your Editor” (with Lee Harris, Laura Anne Gilman, Kelly McCullough, and Elizabeth Bear)
  • July 8, “Demystifying the Publishing Process” (with Lee Harris, Deborah Frethem, Wesley Chu, and Kelly McCullough)
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