Editing for Writers

September 23, 2016 | Dawn

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Are you writing a book? Do you have an unfinished novel or collection of stories tucked away in a desk drawer?

Why not attend an Editing Workshop with Maggie Morris and pick up some tips to bring your project back to life? Her next class is on Friday Sep 30, 2-4 pm at the Toronto Reference Library:

Learn practical tips and techniques for evaluating your own fiction and non-fiction manuscripts through a thorough description of the three stages of editing: substantive, stylistic, and copy editing. This seminar will include hands-on activities, Q&A, and a handout with seminar notes, cheat sheets.

Instructor Maggie Morris is a writer, an editor with a Certificate in Publishing from Ryerson University, and an active member of the Editors' Association of Canada.

 

EBMDid you know - you can also print your book right here at the library?  Asquith Press is the library's book printing service that lets you design and print quality perfect bound paperback books at a low price.

Books have high-resolution colour covers and black and white interior pages that are great for illustrations and photos. You can print as few or as many books as you like.

We are located in the Digital Innovation Hub at the Toronto Reference Library. Contact us at 416-393-7007 or AsquithPress@torontopubliclibrary.ca.

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