Next San Francisco Forum
Date: Tuesday, November 11
Collaborative Editing: A Look at Models and Methods
We've assembled a panel of experienced editors who work in a collaborative editing mode. We've asked them to explain their models and their processes, the challenges, the benefits, and to answer our questions about how it all works for them. It's a great opportunity to consider your own interest in a collaborative format--even for a portion of your work. Join us for a discussion of what's working...and maybe to inspire what's possible. Bring your questions.
Seattle-based Kyra Freestar founded Tandem Editing LLC with partner Connie Chaplan in 2010 to better serve nonprofit and academic clients. Their tagline: One point of contact, two sets of eyes. Kyra also copyedits books on the side (sometimes for Girl Friday Productions) and volunteers for the Northwest Independent Editors Guild. Visit her online at Tandem Editing LLC or @KyraFreestar on Twitter.
Kate Chynoweth works with a diverse list of titles at Girl Friday Productions (a collaborative enterprise), where she is editor-at-large. Kate is also a writer, and her publications include the best-selling advice book "The Bridesmaid Guide" and a half dozen other projects. She lives in Berkeley. Visit Girl Friday Productions.
Dalya Massachi inspires and equips social entrepreneurs to use their writing to make a difference in the world. She is the award-winning author of the 2011 independently published book, “Writing to Make a Difference: 25 Powerful Techniques to Boost Your Community Impact.” Dalya works part-time with a collaborative editing group, and also serves as the project manager, developmental editor, and coach for her clients’ independently published books and ebooks. Her website is Writing to Make a Difference.
Date: February 2015
Forum to be planned.
Specific date TBD. Have an idea for a topic?—send a suggestion to Jim Norrena, SF Forum Coordinator. Stay tuned.
Next South Bay Forum
Date: January 2015 or TBD
The next South Bay forum will remain pending, to be arranged and scheduled when member interest is expressed. Have a topic suggestion? Just contact David Couzens, South Bay Forum Coordinator to explore your idea. Thanks!
Date: April 2015