My teaching and the content I’ve written that underpins them have their origins in a monogram I started working on and self-published in 2007 and subsequently revised multiple times: Before we begin: Notes on the editing and proofreading of papers, theses and related work.
Intended for prospective and new authors, it hovered at around 14 A4 pages. It mainly addressed what an author can do to make a document editing-ready.
A few years later, I started getting requests to present language workshops to mostly post-graduate students. I’ve developed text on every aspect of each section, as per the list of sections and the headings under each.
The six sections are:
Depending on which of the sections you choose, we:
Note: You can also book sessions on King’s On writing: A memoir of the craft, Strunk and White’s The elements of style (the illustrated edition), or Pinker’s The sense of style: The thinking person’s guide to writing in the 21st century.
Much pleasure awaits. Let’s dive in…
For availability, costs and bookings, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org