In this hands-on session, you'll practice the invisible art of editing, from global editing to line editing.
In the process, you'll gain a stronger sense of what your piece is about and then use this knowledge to best to consider how you are reaching your reader. With a few exercises, we'll learn key strategies you can use to edit the work of other writers or to revise your own work, while learning about pitfalls that might complicate your progress.
Each writer will leave with a better understanding of their piece and the steps they need to take to make it the best that it can be.
Who is the Instructor? BRYAN FURUNESS has served as an editor for Booth, On Earth as It Is, Pressgang, and Engine Books. He is the editor of three anthologies, including the forthcoming An Indiana Christmas. Sometimes he writes his own stuff, too. He is the author of a couple of novels, The Lost Episodes of Revie Bryson and Do Not Go On. He lives in Indy, teaches at Butler University, wishes he was a hawk, and believes that breakfast burritos are the perfect food.
To learn more or read his work visit http://bryanfuruness.com
When is this class offered?
This class is offered live on Zoom on Friday, July 10 from 6-8:30 p.m. EST.
Who should take this class? Open to all writers.
What is the cost? $59. Nonrefundable fee of $25 included in each registration.