Edit and Pitch your Novel* with Brian Langan
Starts: Mon 20 - Fri 24 August 2018
Time: 10.30am – 4.30pm
Duration: 5 Day
Cost: €450/€420 Members
Participants on this course receive a €5 discount on their Novel Fair 2019 submission!
This intensive week-long workshop will explore the process of editing your own novel from a publisher's perspective. The first four days will involve workshopping and editing your work while day five will focus on the publishing process, synopsis and pitch. As well as providing clear guidelines on honing your own fiction writing, with sessions focusing on elements such as structure, voice, character, setting and plot, course participants will have an opportunity to bring their writing through a collaborative process of workshopping, writing exercises and critiquing.
*Writers will be asked to submit 10,000 words and a synopsis of a work-in-progress three weeks before the course commences.
**Participants will be invited, in advance of the course, to offer suggestions for topics/areas of their work they would like workshopped in advance of the course.
Brian Langan is a freelance editor and founder of Storyline Editing. Brian has over two decades’ experience in publishing, most recently as editor at Transworld/Doubleday Ireland, an imprint of Penguin Random House, where his authors included Donal Ryan, Hilary Fannin, Colm O’Regan and Conor O’Clery. Brian is also a published author and is currently writing his second novel.