WORKSHOP "What Editors do for Writers" | Part 1 of the "What Is Editing" Series

What Editors do for WritersCome learn all about the different types of editing and how they fit into the publishing process. We'll go over developmental, line, copy, and proofreading and talk about the history of editing in the US. You will have an opportunity to see examples of each editing service and discuss them with other participants.What You’ll Learn: The differences in editing services and how to find the right editing service and editor, or key distinctions to make for your potential clients if you are offering editing service.Come at 4:30pm to mingle and chat with the instructor, grab a drink or snacks, then grab a seat. We'll start sharply at 5pm to learn about editing.To purchase a community ticket as a non-member, first click "join" to create a free account.  If you are not a member yet, consider joining with a Passport membership, $35/month. The Passport was designed for those who want to participate in community events and only pay for additional hours or meeting rooms with member discounts as needed. However, our **virtual** writers and authors events are open to non-members.Next in the series:Wednesday, February 22: Developmental editing: fiction and nonfictionWednesday, March 22: The pre-publication process: getting your work out thereClick here to stay updated for upcoming eventsAbout the Instructor:Matthew Bennett began editing in 2008 at Ronsdale Press, where he shepherded documents from submission to final print and served as editor for publications such as Sheila James’s In the Wake of Loss (2009). He founded Cascadia Editors Collective in 2016 after completing his PhD at the University of British Columbia. His current editing work includes novels, creative nonfiction, short stories, and academic monographs. He is also a writer. Matthew has worked with manuscripts at every stage of production, from initial submission to final publication, providing developmental editing, line editing, copyediting, and artistic guidance. He currently teaches editing at University of Washington Continuum College.

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What Editors do for Writers

Come learn all about the different types of editing and how they fit into the publishing process. We'll go over developmental, line, copy, and proofreading and talk about the history of editing in the US. You will have an opportunity to see examples of each editing service and discuss them with other participants.

What You’ll Learn: The differences in editing services and how to find the right editing service and editor, or key distinctions to make for your potential clients if you are offering editing service.

Come at 4:30pm to mingle and chat with the instructor, grab a drink or snacks, then grab a seat. We'll start sharply at 5pm to learn about editing.

To purchase a community ticket as a non-member, first click "join" to create a free account.  If you are not a member yet, consider joining with a Passport membership, $35/month. The Passport was designed for those who want to participate in community events and only pay for additional hours or meeting rooms with member discounts as needed. However, our **virtual** writers and authors events are open to non-members.

Next in the series:

Click here to stay updated for upcoming events

About the Instructor:

Matthew Bennett began editing in 2008 at Ronsdale Press, where he shepherded documents from submission to final print and served as editor for publications such as Sheila James’s In the Wake of Loss (2009). He founded Cascadia Editors Collective in 2016 after completing his PhD at the University of British Columbia. His current editing work includes novels, creative nonfiction, short stories, and academic monographs. He is also a writer. Matthew has worked with manuscripts at every stage of production, from initial submission to final publication, providing developmental editing, line editing, copyediting, and artistic guidance. He currently teaches editing at University of Washington Continuum College.