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So, You Want To Be An Editor? (sold out)

Thursday February 7, 2019
17:30 - 19:30
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How exactly does one become an editor? Linda Martin and Camha Pham share their respective journeys as editors and discuss the different pathways that can be undertaken, the levels and types of editing, the qualities one requires to persevere and work in the industry, the myths surrounding the profession, as well as tips and tricks for any aspiring editor. This two-hour discussion is targeted towards students and recent graduates of writing and editing courses and those who are looking to embark on their own journey to becoming an editor.

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Linda Martin

Linda Martin lectures in creative writing at the School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Western Australia. She has over 15 years’ experience in book publishing and editing and is currently doing a PhD in writing at Curtin University. Linda was introduced to flash fiction by Laura Keenan in a writers group several years ago. She has been a fan ever since.

Camha Pham

Camha Pham is an accredited editor with a background in educational publishing. She was formerly a Development Editor at Oxford University Press, Melbourne, and has a Master of Publishing and Editing from Monash University. She currently sits on the Margaret River Press Editorial Board.

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Parking is available at the CPP Aberdeen Street car park (25 metre walk) or at Wilsons car park on Zempilas St (10 metres).

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