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DEVELOPMENTAL EDITING

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YOUR STORIES & ESSAYS

 

Liz provides sharp developmental editing to help bring your short stories and creative nonfiction to fruition.  She gives your piece several in-depth reads and offers constructive feedback on the macro level (structure, plot, characters, etc.) and the micro level (sentences, language). She includes both a written summary and numerous helpful comments on the page, and is happy to answer follow-up questions and continue the conversation about your work. One-on-one editing is an efficient and intimate approach to helping you achieve your writing goals.

 

RATES*

Up to 5,000 words:   $125

Up to 6,500 words:    $150

More than that:        Let’s talk.

* short stories and essays only, no book-length
   projects.

 

 

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Testimonials

"I'm impressed with Liz’s passion and knowledge of the craft of writing, and her ability to give feedback that is specific, objective, and yet encouraging. She has helped me with short stories as well as longer pieces. She respects a writer's individuality and can help take you to another level of writing." -Valerie Wagner

"It sometimes happens that when you spend a long time in a story, things become muddy in the writing. Liz Prato saw what my story was becoming, asked questions whose answers had been left off the page, and others I hadn't thought to ask. Her feedback provided a focus the story so badly wanted. Liz reads with her whole heart and a remarkable knowledge of craft. I am forever grateful to have had my work in front of her." ---Matthew Robinson, author of "The Horse Latitudes"

"Liz’s feedback was invaluable, especially her observations about the structure of my story. With her help, I was able to start the story more quickly and pare the themes down to the essential. At first, I was hesitant about investing the money in a consultation, but in the end, I was glad I did. You get such specific feedback that it's a very efficient way to improve your piece." -Betsy Porter

 

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