Self-Editing for Writers

Killer Instincts
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Class Dates: 
September 1 - 30
Bev Katz

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The goal of self-editing is to be able to objectively assess your manuscript. But how can you be objective about your own work? Bev Katz will offer solutions as well as give you an invaluable list of questions – concerning plot, structure, characterization, conflict, theme, setting, dialogue, a point of view, voice, and more – you should be asking yourself as you attempt to edit your own work. 

Instructor Bio: 

 Bev Katz is a former magazine and in-house fiction editor, now a popular freelance editor working in all genres. She is also the published author of two romance novels and two young adult novels. The latter was recently optioned for television.  Bev has taught writing at George Brown College and Centennial College. She was also a staff writer on the cartoon, Stoked. 

Tread Lightly

Tread lightly...But know that while we are all working together here, the conversation can turn quickly to death, destruction and mayhem. And we are fine with that. We'll even abet you as you work to do the same, to become the best spinner of romantic mysteries and thrillers that you can be. So come on in, the water's blood.