Good Writing, Bad Writing, Better Science Writing
Tuesday, November 17 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM ET
As garden writers, many of us do not have the luxury of an editor to call upon before we send off our finished product. Sally Cunningham is here to help you learn to self-check! In this session Sally will guide you through some common and less familiar mistakes, as well introduce the New York Times Manual of Usage and the Chicago Manual of Style as resources. Discussion will include how relevant grammar is to these changing times and tools to ensure your writing is seen as professional across the industry.
About Our Speaker
Sally Cunningham is a professional speaker and garden writer, published in many Rodale Books and the recent Buffalo-Style Gardens with St. Lynn’s Press. She has been a weekly Buffalo News columnist, monthly Buffalo Spree Magazine writer, and TV garden expert for decades. Sally developed Great Garden Travel for AAA of Western and Central New York.
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