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    Seasoned editor Leslie Wu shares her top tips for catching errors every time. Whether you’re writing copy for magazine articles or grant applications, circulation efforts or sales kits, find out this pro’s secrets to effectively proofing your own work, avoiding commonly overused phrases, and streamlining wordy copy. This webinar is essential for anyone who wants to improve their professional writing.

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    Whether you’re writing copy for magazine articles or grant applications, circulation efforts or sales kits, find out seasoned editor Leslie Wu’s secrets to effectively proofing your own work, avoiding commonly overused phrases, and streamlining wordy copy. This webinar on February 17, 2021 is essential for anyone who wants to improve their professional writing.

    TOK Toronto
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    TOK Toronto, a free three-day symposium for writers and readers that will take place September 20-22, 2019. TOK, is the digital magazine for the non-profit organization Diaspora Dialogues which publishes…

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    By Chelene Knight, managing editor at Room magazine, CEO of #LearnWritingEssentials, author of Dear Current Occupant The Mystery of the Slush Pile What is a slush pile? The definition changes…

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    By Jaclyn Law, Freelance Writer and Editor We know what you’re thinking: “A Hotsheet on spelling and grammar mistakes? Isn’t that what spell-checkers are for?” Yes, but spelling and grammar…

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    By Angela Sterritt, Journalist and Writer, CBC I often get asked, what makes an Indigenous story different? And I always say the say the same thing. Nothing. That might seem…

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    Join award-winning Gitxsan journalist Angela Sterritt as she shares tactics and tips about how to get it right when reporting in Indigenous communities. 

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    We have announced two new webinars for the fall! On September 26, award-winning Gitxsan journalist Angela Sterritt shares how to get it right when reporting in Indigenous communities. And on October 17, editor and writer Kim Pittaway talks about how to make magazine and online features more impactful.

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    In the latest episode of AudioMag, we talk with author, journalist and professor Stephen Kimber about making the transition from magazine writing to book publishing.

    Ep 131: Stephen Kimber
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    Journalism and creative non-fiction professor Stephen Kimber discusses making the transition from magazine writing to book publishing. It may seem daunting, but many writers have successfully navigated the different approach needed to get a project onto bookshelves. Music: TimeTrain by PC III