Presenter: Lauren Sawant Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2023 Time: 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT Length: 1 hour Language: English Level: Introductory Type: Instructional Member price: $42 Non-member price: $70 Register Now In this webinar, attendees will be introduced to the exciting world of cookbook and recipe editing. Lauren will cover the basics of editing recipes and speak to some of the unique challenges associated with this niche. Topics include best practices for editing ingredient lists and methods, how to address special sections and what to include on a Continue reading →
Here’s the question that will change the trajectory of your career: Should you be a generalist or a specialist? Being a specialist and “niching down” means selecting an area to focus your editing practice, rather than being a generalist and taking any project that comes your way. It may feel counterintuitive, but niching down can help you get more clients, make more money, and build a bigger and better reputation as an expert and thought leader.
Editing craft patterns is a fascinating and multi-faceted challenge, requiring a review of the actual design, a confirmation of the clarity and accuracy of the instructions, and a good old copyedit. In this session, experienced knitting technical editor Kate Atherley will talk about the work – what it entails and how to go about doing it; and how to get the work – what skills and experience you require, and how to get started. Whether you’re an editor with an interest in craft, or a crafter with an interest in editing, this session will have you looking at the instructions in a whole new way.