Join us for Proofreading and Editing for Authors with Brandy Thomas on March 18th, 2021 on Zoom
Welcome back to the ongoing 2021 UPPAA Virtual Conference series! If you missed any of our cool lineup of speakers, we suggest you go to the conference archive page. Next week we are featuring U.P. editor Brandy Thomas who will share about how to select the right type of editor for the task and unravel the mystery of what really happens when your manuscript gets edited.
What exactly does an editor do? What is the difference between a copyeditor, a proofreader, and a developmental editor? Brandy Thomas will be getting into the nuts and bolts of what an editor does and why every writer needs one. Not only will she explain the differences between types of editors, but also what to look for when selecting one and what is involved in the editing process.
WHEN: Thursday March 18th, 2021, 7:00pm Eastern / 6:00pm Central
INSTRUCTIONS: members with current members can write to email@example.com to obtain zoom credentials
BRANDY THOMAS is a freelance editor who lives and works in Marquette, MI. She edits across the publishing spectrum but specializes in science fiction and fantasy as well as children’s books. In addition to editing the written word, she is also an audiobook narrator and editor. For more information about Brandy please visit www.ThomasEditing.com
The conference series will continue on throughout 2021, with one presentation each month by a different expert author. For a complete list of speakers and dates please see the coming online events page. For those who cannot attend in person, the conference presentations will be hosted later on YouTube.
Established in 1998 to support authors and publishers who live in or write about Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, UPPAA is a Michigan 501(c)6 nonprofit association with more than 100 members, many of whose books are featured on the organization’s website at www.uppaa.org. UPPAA welcomes membership and participation from anyone with a UP connection who is interested in writing.
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