Workshop on Using an Outline to Edit

Hi everyone,

Sorry for the late notice, but I just realized I should mention my workshop on my blogs in case anyone is interested. The workshop is an expansion of part of my Muse Online 2007 presentation with a whole month to complete the work and, I hope, a lot of enthusiastic fellow workshoppers to provide dynamic feedback.

The program is a hands-on exploration of how an outline can help in the edit phase whether you’re an outliner or a pure organic. This is the first in a series of workshops designed not only to teach the techniques but give participants experience with them both through completing the exercises and through commenting on others’ offerings.

Anyone who is interested is welcome. To take the course you must join Forward Motion, but membership is free. We have to do that to protect first electronic publication rights as we will be sharing portions of our work to get help.

Join using the “Join” link:

Here’s the link to the class board once you’re logged in:

The first exercise is posted so hope to see you there. Oh, and a warning from the person who helped me edit the class…come expecting to work for your learning ;).

I’ll be posting the second exercise in the next couple of days, but it’s a forum-based workshop so coming in late is fine. If you think this might be useful, please come check it out.


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2 Responses to Workshop on Using an Outline to Edit

  1. suelder says:

    I can testify that it’s a good workshop. I’ve only been working on it for three days and I’ve already had a breakthrough!

    Yay, Marfisk!


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