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Albany - How to Edit Your Writing: A Practical Approach Course

Found in: Events Calendar

Event Date and Time:
Monday 15th January, 2018 @ 9:30am to Friday 19th January, 2018 @ 12:30pm

Whether it’s life story, non-fiction, fiction, or biography, the editing process starts the same way: you put yourself in the reader’s place.
 
In this course you’ll learn the golden rules of editing, and how to apply them to your own work. Together with Dr Alan Hancock, you’ll cover the essentials, like how to decide what needs cutting, and what can be expanded. You’ll also look at structure and theme, under-writing and over-writing. And on the way you’ll find out about sentence structure and the basics of grammar and punctuation.
 
You’ll get to know the work of some top writers — Margaret Attwood, Helen Garner, Alain de Botton, Bill Bryson and others — and find out how they put their work together. There will also be plenty of hands-on exercises to help you put the ideas into practice.
 
Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced (18+ years)
 

Cost: $190;

Early bird: $180 until Friday 27 October 2017, after which you will need to select the normal fee.

For more information or to purchase, click here.

Website:
http://www.albanysummerschool.com.au/coursedetail.aspx?_Item=87

Event Details

Date:
15th January 2018 to 19th January 2018

Venue:
Albany Summer School
St Joseph’s College, Martin Rd, Albany

Cost:
$190

Contact Details

Organisation:
Albany Summer School

Phone Number:
0438415006

Email Address:
albanysummerschool@westnet.com.au

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