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Speaker discusses the importance of editing at Sierra Writers’ meeting Nov. 11

Susan Gabrielle will speak at the Nov. 11 Sierra Writers' meeting.
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Editor, author and educator Susan Gabrielle is guest speaker at Sierra Writers’ monthly meeting from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Nov. 11.

Gabrielle, a freelance editor for almost 15 years, will cover the importance of hiring an editor, regardless of whether you plan to independently publish or find a professional publisher for your work.

As well, Susan will offer tips for first-draft editing and answer questions related to writing and publishing.



Gabrielle has enabled many writers to reach their publication goals.

As a professor of English at Yuba College, she emphasizes the importance of clarity in writing in order to reach one’s audience of readers.




Gabrielle has been published in “Capturing Shadows: Poetic Encounters Along the Path of Grief and Loss,” The Christian Science Monitor, The Baltimore Review, Heyday, Ayris, San Francisco Peace and Hope, and Sugar Mule, among others.

She was a winner in the CBWF Poetry Prize for Women.

She will offer a workshop through Sierra College on dreams and interpretation in February, and hopes to publish her book, “Writing Your Way into Dreamland,” next year.

For more information on Gabrielle, see http://www.RedEarthWriting.com.

The meeting will be at the Madelyn Helling Library Community Room, 980 Helling Way, Nevada City.

Membership is $25 per year ($10 for high school and college students). More information can be found at http://www.sierrawriters.org.


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