Summary:Writing non-fiction is one thing, but polishing it for publication is a whole different skillset. In this short course, award-winning non-fiction writer Anna Spargo-Ryan will teach you the invaluable essentials of editing your own work – and how to know when it’s ready to submit.
This seminar will take place online. Detailed instructions for participation will be provided.
You Will Learn:
- How to approach editing
- Finding the core of your story
- Improving structure
- Working “on the line”
- How to know when to stop!
About the Tutor:
Anna Spargo-Ryan is the author of A Kind of Magic, The Gulf and The Paper House. She was the inaugural winner of The Horne Prize and is the current non-fiction editor at Island magazine.
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