Online Manuscript Masterclass with Nadine Davidoff

$110.00

In this full-day online masterclass, freelance book editor and writing teacher Nadine Davidoff will analyse the fundamental principles of compelling prose—whether it be fiction or narrative non-fiction. What is voice and how does a writer cultivate it? What are the essential components of a powerful opening? What are the most effective ways to evoke character and setting? Drawing on examples from contemporary literature, this workshop will expose the hidden architecture that scaffolds the best writing. Davidoff brings extensive teaching and trade publishing experience to this one-off opportunity.

Nadine Davidoff is a freelance book editor and writing/editing teacher with extensive trade publishing experience. She has worked as a Senior Editor at Random House and a Commissioning Editor at Black Inc.

Davidoff has taught in RMIT’s Professional Writing and Editing course and she teaches the annual Fiction Editing Masterclass in Melbourne University’s Masters of Publishing program.

What will I need to participate online?

In light of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, we are offering this workshop online. As with our regular workshops, participants can expect to receive high quality teaching, and plenty of opportunity for interaction and discussion.

You will need:

– A good internet connection.
– A computer or any device that connects to the internet (including phones and tablets) with a built in camera and microphone.
– Headphones with a built in microphone are helpful but non-essential. Alternatively we suggest you plan to join from a quiet, distraction-free location.
– To download Zoom https://zoom.us/download
– Participants will be sent further information about how to join the online meeting after registration.

Sunday April 26

9am-5pm

$110 / $80 NTWC Members

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In this full-day online masterclass, freelance book editor and writing teacher Nadine Davidoff will analyse the fundamental principles of compelling prose—whether it be fiction or narrative non-fiction. What is voice and how does a writer cultivate it? What are the essential components of a powerful opening? What are the most effective ways to evoke character and setting? Drawing on examples from contemporary literature, this workshop will expose the hidden architecture that scaffolds the best writing. Davidoff brings extensive teaching and trade publishing experience to this one-off opportunity.

Nadine Davidoff is a freelance book editor and writing/editing teacher with extensive trade publishing experience. She has worked as a Senior Editor at Random House and a Commissioning Editor at Black Inc.

Davidoff has taught in RMIT’s Professional Writing and Editing course and she teaches the annual Fiction Editing Masterclass in Melbourne University’s Masters of Publishing program.

What will I need to participate online?

In light of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, we are offering this workshop online. As with our regular workshops, participants can expect to receive high quality teaching, and plenty of opportunity for interaction and discussion.

You will need:

– A good internet connection.
– A computer or any device that connects to the internet (including phones and tablets) with a built in camera and microphone.
– Headphones with a built in microphone are helpful but non-essential. Alternatively we suggest you plan to join from a quiet, distraction-free location.
– To download Zoom https://zoom.us/download
– Participants will be sent further information about how to join the online meeting after registration.

Sunday April 26

9am-5pm

$110 / $80 NTWC Members