Dr. Sandra Shattuck offers insights on "The Art of Editing: How to Self-Edit, Get Feedback, and Choose an Editor" at the next Write Right Lunch & Learn program on Tuesday, June 11, at noon at the Main Library.
See if you recognize any of the following scenarios:
- Your manuscript is two-thirds finished, and you're struggling to reach the finish line.
- You've revised and re-read your piece so many times that you no longer can see its merits or challenges.
- You have an outline for an article but do not have the time for the necessary research.
- You've finished your writing but have a nagging suspicion that grammar check did not catch all the comma splices and unnecessary commas, your grammatical Achilles' heel.
What's a writer to do?
This workshop will offer helpful tips on how to self-edit, how to get the feedback you need, and how to find and choose an editor appropriate for your work.
Dr. Sandra Shattuck has over twenty years’ experience teaching writing and literature at the college level. She has worked with the National Writing Project and is a freelance editor.