Do It Again: Conventions and Experiments in the Art of Revision

Event Type: ,
Date(s):
Sunday, October 29, 2017

Times: 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Cost:
$65/$55 WLT/SCBWI Member. To pay via check, e-mail [email protected]

Faculty:
Adam Soto

Class Size:
15



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Got some feedback from your writing group or editor? Re-writing something? Tired of rejection letters?

Welcome to revision—it’s a way of life.

Writer and editor Adam Soto will present insights on and tactics for revision, as well as lead several exercises that will help writers interpret feedback, establish routines, and reopen developing work. Adam looks forward to talking specifics, answering questions, and offering writers ways to embrace the dreaded revision process as a healthy and creative part of their life.

Who should take this course:

  • Writers of all genres and experience level.
  • Writers looking to improve their craft or a specific piece.
  • Writers looking to meet potential readers and editors.
  • Editors seeking new avenues to inspiring the best work from their writers.



Adam Soto
is a writer and teacher working in Austin, TX. He has an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and was the 2012 Michener Copernicus Fellow.

His work appears in Kenyon ReviewGlimmer TrainFairy Tale Review, etc. He’s an assistant editor for American Short Fiction, too. adamsotowriter.com / @adjoso