Next meeting

Editing truth in non-fiction and fiction

This month, social psychologist and writer Hugh Mackay AO will be addressing these questions in his talk: How do we define social truth? Is it presented differently in works of non-fiction versus works of fiction? What is the editor’s role when working with authors navigating pathways of truth? You can attend either in person or […]

Find out more »


ACTive Voice: Canberra editors’ newsletter March – April 2022

Read it online »


Editing Fiction with a Focus on Style

Find out more »

Do you want to be an editor?

Join now at TryBooking

Join the Canberra Society of Editors, meetup with other editors, learn more about editing. The cost is:

  • $25/year for students
  • $55 for associates
  • $85/year for full members.

Other news

Report on the CSE General Meeting on Wednesday 29 March 2023

by Maurice Nevile, Adjunct Professor, University of Canberra Websites, blogs, vlogs, apps, ebooks vs. pbooks … how are we to understand the digital world, and edit and publish in it? What are the particular characteristics and challenges of digital texts, of “digital writing styles” and “publishing on the screen”? At the 29 March General Meeting […]

Read more »

Professional Editors’ Guild of South Africa 30th Anniversary Conference (online)

CSE members are invited to attend PEG has asked CSE to promote its 30th anniversary conference to members. The conference will be held online on 31 May and 1 June. The theme is ‘Professional editing in the digital age’. The PEG conference planning committee would love CSE members to attend. In PEG’s words: The conference […]

Read more »