Editing your own work is difficult. In this workshop, award-winning writer and editor Chuck Grieve shares tricks of the editing trade, common pitfalls and common-sense solutions, some of the tools you should and shouldn’t use, and practical tips on improving copy.
Chuck is a writer and editor with his own small publishing house which specializes in memoir and non-fiction. He also gives seminars on writing and editing. Most recently he hosted two workshops at the 2017 Chartroux Literary Festival.
Participants should bring two double-spaced hard copies of some of their own (preferably unedited) prose work, length 1,000-1,500 words.
5 euros for Members & 9 euros for Non-members.
Contact Concetta at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, November 21st if you would like to sign up.