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BARW Monthly Meeting – 13 May 2023

The club will be meeting on 13 May at 08:30 AM Pacific Time via Zoom.

Speaker begins at 10:00 AM PT.

Our Topic: Revising Your Own Work, with Jane K. Cleland

You’ve finished your manuscript—now what? It’s time to polish the story, add complexity to the characters, and burnish the prose. In other words, it’s time to revise! In this workshop, we’ll discuss my three-step approach to the revision process. You’ll learn professional tricks, techniques, and tips to ensure your work is ready for submission. I’ll provide numerous examples so you’ll know how to implement these proven techniques in your own work.”

About the Speaker

Jane K. Cleland writes both fiction and nonfiction, including the multiple award-winning Josie Prescott Antiques Mysteries [St. Martin’s & Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine] and the Agatha-award winning bestsellers, Mastering Suspense, Structure & Plot and Mastering Plot Twists [Writer’s Digest Books]. She is a member of the fulltime faculty at Lehman College, part of the City University of New York, a contributing editor for Writer’s Digest Magazine, and the chair of the Wolfe Pack’s Black Orchid Novella Award (BONA) in partnership with Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine.

She is a frequent workshop leader and guest author at writing conferences, association meetings, and MFA Residencies. Also, Jane offers free monthly virtual workshops on the craft and business of writing, and Mystery Masterminds, a series of small group virtual workshops. More details are available at www.janecleland.com

IMPORTANT NOTE: Registration for this meeting closes at 5:00 p.m. PT on Thursday, May 11, 2023. To attend, you must be a paid registered non-member ($20 per mtg.), or be registered and a member in good standing of BARW by the cutoff ($60 annual dues, all mtgs. free.)

Registration for non-members is now closed.

If you’d like to attend future meetings for free as a member, please go to the top of this page, click “Join,” then fill out and submit the application. Annual dues are only $60, and meetings are free** to members in good standing. (**Unless otherwise specified.)

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