- Want to know more about EAC Saskatchewan? Become part of our local network by joining our email lists. Connect at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You'll receive
- information about local workshops,
- information about meetings and other professional development opportunities in Saskatchewan,
- information about special events, and
- the branch’s monthly digital newsletter.
- Come out to one of our local events to connect in person.
Follow us on Twitter.
Take a Local Program
EAC Saskatchewan hosts a variety of professional development opportunities on topics of interest to editors, writers, and communicators.
EAC Saskatchewan offers two workshops each year: one in the fall and one in the spring. They are taught by experienced instructors and have been well received. Workshops we’ve offered in the past have covered core skills like copy editing and proofreading, and well-known courses like Jim Taylor’s Eight-Step Editing, as well as other useful subjects, such as plain language and creating content for the web. If you would like more information, email email@example.com.
We often meet casually, either at noon or in the evening, to discuss some aspect of working as an editor. These events are free and open to members and non-members.
Snack and Rant - Thursday, May 21, 2015
What is the error that has you scrambling for your red pen? Join us for snack and a rant. We're looking forward to hearing about those pet peeves that make your hackles rise.
Rook and Raven at 5 p.m.
AGM/Tips & Tricks - Thursday, June 2, 2015
Join us for our annual general meeting and potluck. Plus, learn our editing secrets and share them too. This evening is an opportunity for friends and colleagues to showcase a tool, technique or gadget that helps with writing and/or editing. Meet us in the travel alcove and bring something to share with the rest of us: it could be a favourite reference book or website (but who could pick just one?), a favourite pen or mouse, a beloved ruler or pencil sharpener, a process or project you're particularly proud of, or perhaps a playlist that you absolutely can't edit without.
The Refinery Arts and Spirit Centre
609 Dufferin Avenue
Word on the Street - Sunday, September 20, 2015
Civic Square around City Hall
In front of Frances Morrison Library
11am - 5pm
Drop by and say hi!
Reap the Benefits
Here are some of the benefits of being part of EAC Saskatchewan:
- Benefit from local networking.
- Take advantage of discounted rates for EAC Saskatchewan workshops and other professional development opportunities.
- Get a discount on McNally’s Reader Reward Card. EAC Saskatchewan is one of McNally Robinson’s Partners in Culture, which means our members can purchase the Reader Reward Card for $10 instead of $25. The card entitles you to a 10% discount on all regularly priced books and merchandise (in-store and online), as well as a 10% discount in the restaurant. You will also receive McNally Robinson’s print newsletter, which highlights great new books and keeps you informed of the literary scene in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
- Get job opportunities delivered right to your inbox from our job hotline.
And then there are all the other benefits of belonging to a national association of professional editors!
Find a Local Editor
Send your job description to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will broadcast your request to our membership. Interested editors will respond to you directly.
EAC Saskatchewan Branch Contact Information
Saskatoon, SK S7J 5H3
|Chair ||Michelle Boulton |
|Past Chair ||Ursula Acton |
|Treasurer ||Linda Dietz |
|Secretary ||Katherine Duncombe |
|Programming ||Tanya Turner |
|Membership ||Dawn Loewen |
|Newsletter ||Katherine Duncombe |
|Workshops ||Perry Millar |
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