Self-Edit Workshop

The next self-edit workshop run by Cornerstones Literary Consultancy will take place on 10-12th November and there is a 10% early booking discount, which runs out on 15th September. This is for children's and adult writing and all genres are welcome. It's run by Lee Weatherly and Helen Corner. Literary Agent, Eve White, joins the course for the evening session where she will reveal all about the market and what she looks for in an author and a story. There are eight spaces left so do call or email now for a programme.

Eve White is a UK-based literary agency representing internationally published authors of fiction (commercial and literary), non-fiction, children's fiction and picture books. Eve works with sub-agent, Diana Mackay at Melcombe International, who has twenty years’ experience in translation rights and sells their books in foreign territories. Eve is a solo agent, with in-house editors/readers, and set up the agency in 2003. Children’s authors include: Andy Stanton, Jimmy Docherty, Carolyn Ching, Rachael Mortimer, Gillian Rogerson, Tabitha Suzuma, Margie Hann Syme and Tracey Corderoy.

Authors writing for adults include: Rae Earl, Alexander Stobbs, Charlie Mitchell, Chris Pascoe, Vijay Medtia and Ruth Saberton and Shanta Everington. Details of their books and their many awards and nominations can be found on the website:

For further enquiries or to book a place on the course contact Kathryn Robinson


Leigh Russell said…
This sounds interesting. I've been fortunate to have received the attention of a top editor, (through my publisher). It would be the equivalent of breaking the official secrets act to disclose my editor's name(!) I nearly fell off my chair when the names of several best selling authors were casually disclosed to me as authors who use this editor. Having my first MS edited by this amazing person was like a three year creative writing course condensed into one month. What an eye opener! Good luck with your course on self-editing. I'd like to attend, but other commitments make it impossible.