Developmental editing: How to make good pieces great


Magazine editors, especially those working solo or on a small team, need to edit on multiple levels. Substantive editing of a feature piece can be the most crucial level of editing. Discover how to work with the writer to identify the lead, uncover the major themes and best angle of the article, and then guide the writer toward the essential work of revision on all levels.

In this free online workshop, Karen Stiller, senior editor of Faith Today magazine, will discuss how to best approach substantive editing of a piece.

Meet the trainer: Karen Stiller

This workshop is available in the MTI Online Learning Center. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to create a free membership account or login to access this workshop. Thank you!

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Format: Video


Language: English



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