Editing and Submitting 101:

with Voiceworks

Sun 02 Oct , 10.00am – 11.00am AEST/AEDT

Closed Captions

Now that you’ve finished a first draft of your story, article or poem, what do you do with it? Join Voiceworks Edcommers and writers Shivani Prabhu and La Fielding as they break down editing and submitting to the nuts and bolts. Learn how to self-edit, refine and revise your work, the dos and don’ts of submission processes, and how to approach your favourite publications.


Presented in partnership with Express Media.



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