You finished your draft! The work should be done, right? Or is this where the work really begins? Without editors, our drafts might remain riddled with cliches, muddy phrases, mixed metaphors, and an overall narrative lack. Even the most established of writers need a good editor to see things anew.
Hear from the unsung heroes of Australian literature: the editors of our favourite books and literary journals. This expert panel will discuss what they think makes a good writer-editor relationship, how to give and receive constructive criticism, and what every writer should (and should not) expect from a good editor.
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