Do you need a helping hand with your writing?
Writers often seek editorial help at various stages in the writing and publishing of their work. It is a personal relationship and may go on for some time, so the writer needs to make a connection and be comfortable with any editor.
For writing teachers, classes, groups, and special events offered by FAWWA, please visit our Special Events and What's On sections.
Below are a number of other organisations that provide support for writers wanting editorial help.
A directory of local editors is provided by Writing WA, in the Literati Directory page of their website. For more information click here.
This list provides a profile of each editor making it easy to compare. Each profile can be expanded for more information, providing a comprehensive biography, qualifications, experience and publications. There is also contact information, enabling writers to get in touch with the editor directly.
Institute of Professional Editors
The Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd) is the peak Australian body. Click here to visit their website.
There is a page on their website called Find an Editor with useful information about types of editorial support available.
The page also provides a link to a Directory of editors
Society of Editors WA
The Society of Editors WA is the WA branch of IPEd. For more information click here
Good luck in your editorial search, and happy writing.