Any piece of writing can be improved upon (great literature is exempt, because great editors got to it first). That writing might be yours, in which case I’ll teach you to self-edit. That writing might be other people’s, in which case I’ll teach you to tear their work to shreds in a tactful and constructive manner. You’ll learn to follow my patented (I wish) editing checklist, the same one I use at work. Hilariously execrable examples that may or may not have made me cry on first read will be employed.
Meet at the Washington Post at 6:45 as the doors will be locked and a KCDC volunteer will be there to let you in. Bring note taking materials and prepare to develop preternatural editing skills.
The Washington Post ( 1150 15th St. NW between L and M streets) room TBA