EAC-BC seminar: March 29, 2014 Reply

If you’re new to editing or looking to brush up your substantive editing skills, this is the seminar for you: a full day in Victoria on March 29th with Yvonne van Ruskenveld on the ins and outs of stylistic and structural editing. Book before March 8th to get the early bird rate.

  • What: Structural + Stylistic = Substantive Editing with Yvonne Van Ruskenveld
  • When: 09h00–16h00, March 29, 2014
  • Location: Room C112 David Strong Building, 3800 Finnerty Road, University of Victoria, Victoria
  • Cost: Members, $120 (before March 8th) & $140 after; Non-members, $180 (before March 8th) & $200 after
  • Register (closes March 21st)

For anyone who’s attending and would like to write a review for WCE, please contact Kerry or Anastasia at westcoasteditor(at)editors(dot).ca.

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Publishing DIY: March 1, 2014 Reply

If self-publishing is what you’re after, you’re in luck. On March 1st, starting at 10am, the Federation of BC Writers has organized presentations on the topic. Learn a bit about everything—from editing, self-marketing, to cover design, printing and more. EAC-BC will have a table set up at the event, so come by and say hello.

  • What: 2nd Annual Self-Publishing Fair
  • When: 10h00–16h00, March 1, 2014
  • Location: 350 West Georgia Street, Alice Mackay Room (lower level), downtown Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver
  • Cost: Free
  • Information

2014 EAC Conference 1

by Anastasia Koutalianos

Still a ways away, but worth jotting down in your calendar. This year’s EAC conference will take place in Toronto from June 6 to 8th. For those wishing to attend, registration starts on February 21st, with early bird rates for EAC members until April 11th.

  • What: Conference 2014: Tracking Change: e-Merging Methods and Markets
  • When: Various, June 6 to 8, 2014
  • Location: Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, 209 Victoria Street, Toronto
  • Cost: Various; all rates for conferences & seminars for members & non-members
  • Register (closes May 23rd)

Posture for Editors Reply

B.C. branch meeting
February 19, 2014
7:00 p.m.

Are you achy or in pain after hours at your desk? Your posture may be playing a role. Bad posture, which causes muscles to fatigue quickly, is a repetitive cycle, but it can be broken. Training can help you maintain good posture and minimize pain.


Next Editors’ Pub Night: February 19, 2014 Reply

Join us for a pre-meeting gathering, where editors meet, mingle, network, gossip, debate, or just plain catch up.

Next Editors’ Pub Night: January 15, 2014 Reply

Join us for a pre-meeting gathering, where editors meet, mingle, network, gossip, debate, or just plain catch up.