How to see your work again
with writer & editor Nadia Jacobson, hosted by Jennifer Lang of the Raanana Writers Salon
Congratulations on finishing the first draft of a story, novel, or memoir! Now you need to revise it.
Are you finding it difficult to edit your work because you get lost in the words, you can’t think how best to improve the text or you’re just overwhelmed at the thought of revision?
In this workshop, you'll learn to revise your work to locate its emotional strength, preserve its essence and sharpen its power. By the end of the day, you'll leave with a host of techniques to review (resee) your work and to restructure and edit it on the macro and micro level.
Date: Thursday, June 7
Maximum participants: 12
Cost: 450 NIS includes kosher vegetarian lunch, beverages
Location: Raanana (address supplied upon registration). Easy access from Tel Aviv, Herzilia, Kfar Saba, Hod Hasharon, Netanya; a 5-minute walk from 501, 47, 347, 29 buses on the main street, Ahuza.
Pre-registration required: Payment can be made via bank transfer, check or cash in advance. Call 054 256 7157 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Cancellation policy: If you cancel within one week of the class and your place cannot be filled, you will be asked to cover the total cost.
BIO: Nadia Jacobson is the founding director of WriteSpace Jerusalem, a creative writing center based in Jerusalem, and has worked as an editor for over fifteen years. She is a fiction editor at the Ilanot Review, an Israeli journal of creative writing in English, and served as co-Municipal Liaison for the Jerusalem region of National Novel Writing Month, 2016 (nanowrimo.org). She holds an MA in English Literature and Creative Writing from Bar-Ilan University, and her fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The Binnacle, Annalemma, Every Day Fiction, and a number of anthologies. She has taught creative writing at Emunah Ve’Omanut, WriteSpace Jerusalem and privately, and has coached writers from first draft to publication.