How To Spot and Address Common Issues in Your Manuscript
Refine your self editing techniques!
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Self editing can often be a challenging exercise when finetuning your work. Join Carol Mitchell, founder of Caribbean Reads Publishing, as she takes you through techniques and tips for self editing your fiction and non-fiction writing.
Author of eighteen books for children of all ages (three of those are forthcoming from HarperCollins). Carol holds an MFA in fiction, a certificate in editing from UC Berkeley, and has taught literature and creative writing at George Mason University in Virginia, USA. Carol’s short stories have appeared in Akashic Books: Mondays are Murder series and in several Caribbean journals. She was short-listed for the Burt Award for Young Adult Caribbean Literature in 2016 and has twice been long-listed for the Commonwealth Short Story Prize. Carol continues to teach creative writing and to work on her novel. She blogs at carolmitchellbooks.com.
This seminar includes an interactive Q+A session and one-on-one feedback. Carol will give you key tips on refining your fiction and non-fiction writing through spotting and addressing common issues in your work.
NOTE: This ticket includes two sessions: one interactive group seminar on November 19, and a follow-up one-on-one feedback session with facilitator Carol Mitchell. The ticket shows the date and time of the first seminar, after which we’ll contact you to schedule a 15-minute personal feedback session in November.
Supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture & the Arts