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Time: 08:00 - 17:00

Date: 26 June, 2021

Event Category: Events , Other

Website: https://www.indigenouseditorsassociation.com/event-4355496

Location: Online – Please RSVP to receive a Zoom link

Organizer: Indigenous Editors Association, View Organizer Website

There is a long, unfortunate history of appropriation and misrepresentation of Indigenous peoples in literature. As writing and publishing spheres encourage more inclusivity, editors must also be sensitive to the content they are tasked with editing. Even some of the most well-meaning authors may find themselves writing inauthentic or offensive passages when writing about culturally sensitive topics.
Join us for a discussion with Salt & Sage Books sensitivity readers Savannah TenderfootJordan MericaRonkwahrhakónha DubéHinahina Gray, moderated by Salt & Sage Books representative Erin Olds, as they discuss their editorial experiences and offer advice for emerging and veteran editors. A form to submit questions or comments will be shared as part of the registration process.
  • IEA Members: Registration is free and opens on June 8. Please visit our Become a Member page for information on joining the IEA!
  • SFU Publishing students and IVA Attendees: Registration is free and opens on June 14. Please contact us for details and registration codes if you haven’t received one already.
  • Salt & Sage participants: 50% off Public registration, starting June 18.
  • Public registration is $10 and opens on June 18.
Join Waitlist We will inform you of any newly available spots for this workshop via email. Please note: once you receive the notice of availability, you will have 48hrs to register —or 24hrs if the workshop begins in a week or less— before the spot is made available to the next person.
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