Write Track is an informal discussion about writing topics held the second Saturday of each month. There is no charge for attending, though you'll probably want order lunch. We have a discussion lead who will kick things off by introducing the topic and telling a bit about their experience with it. Then it's time for you to ask questions, or share what you've learned about the topic. We have some fun with it and learn a lot.
FINDING THE RIGHT EDITOR
WITH STACEY SMEKOFSKE
With over a decade of experience you would never guess that Stacey wasn’t born with the love of reading and grammar. When she was a vivacious, and some would say obnoxious teenager, she became obsessed with reading and writing after reading The Count of Monte Cristo. Stacey graduated magna cum laude with a degree in communications and English with an emphasis on business entrepreneurship, and she has been an educator for more than 16 years. Stacey’s literary experience includes editing and formatting several fiction novels, including a current novel that is being adapted and pitched in Hollywood. Stacey also has extensive experience editing collegiate works, and is currently mentoring some brilliant up and coming young writers. She is a member of the Idaho Writers Guild and the Idaho Writers and Editors Association. She has a natural talent for content, pacing, and character development and has developed a passion for grammar, writing, and especially reading.
Stacey is a huge fan of all creative individuals, and although she hopes to one day write her own nonfiction novel, she chooses to work with various artistic minds and help them develop their stories. Her greatest achievement and joy comes from helping a writer become a published author.
11:30-1 pm, Saturday, December 8
5506 W Overland Rd, Boise