5. Resources for Reviewing and Revising
"How to Cope with Critiquing" by Richard Hamper - this link did not work the last time I checked. I include it here nevertheless in the hope that the author will post it again.
Browne, Renni and King, Dave. Self-Editing for Fiction Writers: How to Edit Yourself into Print. New York: HarperPerennial, 1994.
Cheney, Theodore A. Rees. Getting the Words Right: How to Rewrite, Edit & Revise. Cincinnati. Writer's Digest Books, 2005.
Kaplan, David Michael. Revision: a Creative Approach to Writing and Rewriting Fiction. Cincinnati: Writer's Digest Books, 1997.
Leland, Christopher T. The Creative Writer's Style Guide.
Writer's Digest Books, Cincinnati, 2002.
Madden, David. Revising Fiction: A Handbook for Writers. New York. Plume, 1988.
Nickell, Kelly (Ed.). The Writer's Digest Writing Clinic.
Writer's Digest Books, Cincinnati, 2003.
Seidman, Michael. The Complete Guide to Editing Your Fiction.
Writer's Digest Books, Cincinnati, 2000.
This essay was originally written as background material for a critiquing exercise in a writers' workshop for Tolkien fan fiction. Many thanks to Aranel, Rous and everyone else who helped me putting it together!
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