Saturday, November 26, 2016
Many editors are intimidated when they are asked to do a structural edit. Unlike other stages of editing, structural editing has fewer “rules,” and there is never just one way to solve structural problems. Structural editors are called upon to clarify, reorganize, and even rewrite. Negotiation with the author is also often part of the job.
Join us as Ruth Wilson of West Coast Editorial Associates (www.westcoasteditors.com) leads this Skilful Structural Editing workshop.
Registration is now open to the public and PEAVI members who have not yet registered for $95.