Editing services are an integral part of my portfolio. There are few things I love more than helping someone take a rough draft of a poem, story or non-fiction piece and turning it into something wonderful. Using a compassionate but pragmatic approach, I show you easy ways to re-shape, re-write and then edit your work so you end up saying what you truly want to say. And sometimes, uncovering something genius that you didn’t know you knew. I work on both individually, either as a long term mentor or editor for a specific book or manuscript, and run workshops, currently on Zoom.
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‘Loads of insight and ideas whirring around my head and I feel much more confident about approaching my drawer poems for a good clean edit’.
Rachael Caulton, poet.
‘I submitted a first draft of my spoken word show, One Foot In The Rave, to Tina at a crucial point in its development. I was having all of the usual self-doubts as well as being very new to writing for stage. I needed honest feedback and some sense of a third party perspective. Tina delivered exactly that. Her feedback was both insightful and honest. As a result of her keen eye and genuine interest in the story I was able to see a clear line through the muddy sections. Tina has a deep understanding of the written word and storytelling. Most importantly of all, she is not shy in challenging you! I found her service to be invaluable and will definitely be commissioning a final edit’.
Alexander Rhodes, poet.
‘I’ve had the joy of Tina Sederholm helping me with editing and she’s clear, critical, positive and very good to work with.’
Matt Black, poet.