Great Moments in Editing

March 2021 General Meeting
Wednesday 31 March: 6:30pm (webinar), 5:45pm (on site)
Presented by Dr Angela Savage

‘Great Moments in Editing’ celebrates the role of editors as the invisible protectors of writers. Angela provides examples of how editors pick up on missteps and mistakes to help ensure readers are not jolted from the storyworld, while also supporting writers to build their confidence and find their voice.

About Angela
Angela Savage is an award-winning author, former CEO of Writers Victoria and current CEO of Public Libraries Victoria. She holds a PhD in Creative Writing, giving her the Bond villain-like name of Doctor Savage. Her latest novel is Mother of Pearl.

All welcome. Feel free to invite anyone you know who may be interested – anyone is welcome at CSE general meetings.

This month again there are two options for attending:

  • Attend in person at The Durie Room at St Mark’s College, Barton, from 5:45 pm: You must register to attend in person – numbers are limited and contact-tracing records are still required.
  • Attend via Zoom webinar at 6:30 pm (no registration required). A link for the Zoom meeting will be supplied to all members by email. If you are not a member and wish to attend by Zoom, please contact the Secretary from the Contact us page (select Secretary in the drop-down) and ask for a link. Please do not pass on your link to other people.

Details for attending

In person

Register through TryBooking

Registrations will close at 3:00 pm on Wednesday 31 March.

Registration will be on a first-in-best-dressed basis, except that current members will have priority.

The Durie Room, St Mark’s National Theological Centre, 15 Blackall St, Barton (not Blackall Place). See MAP

Room opens at 5:45 pm, Wednesday 31 March. Presentation begins at 6:30 pm.

Need to cancel?
Return your ticket directly into the TryBooking system to make it available for someone else.

Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell or showing any symptoms of cold or flu.

Online webinar
The webinar audience can use Zoom’s Q&A facility to ask questions or offer opinions. The webinar will not be recorded.

Online attendees do not need to register.

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