Join panelists Terri Bischoff, Tiffany Yates Martin, and chapter member Sue Toth for what promises to be an informative evening about a topic we would all learn to love more about…editing! Chapter members will receive a Zoom invite in their emails.
Terri Bischoff, Senior Acquisitions Editor, Crooked Lane Books began her life in books as a bookseller at Kramerbooks in Washington, DC. After moving home to the Midwest, she worked at a feminist bookstore before purchasing and operating Booked for Murder in Madison, WI. She spent 10 years at Midnight Ink as their acquiring editor and published 36-40 books a year. Terri has a wealth of experience and knowledge in both mysteries and in bookselling, particularly as a book buyer and reviewer. Terri’s interests lie in mainstream suspense, thrillers, quirky and humorous cozies, LGBTQIA, and diverse characters/storylines.
Tiffany Yates Martin has spent nearly thirty years as an editor in the publishing industry, working with major publishers and New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling, award-winning authors as well as indie and newer writers, and is the author of the Amazon bestseller Intuitive Editing: A Creative and Practical Guide to Revising Your Writing. She’s led workshops and seminars for conferences and writers’ groups across the country and is a frequent contributor to writers’ sites and publications. Under the pen name Phoebe Fox, she’s the author of the Breakup Doctor series and her most recent release, A Little Bit of Grace (August 2020, Berkley). Visit her at www.foxprinteditorial.com or www.phoebefoxauthor.com.
Sue Toth: I’ve been a lover of the English language for as long as I’ve been able to read. My entire career has been dedicated to either writing and editing or teaching others how to write and edit. I teach writing and editing at the college level and teach fiction editing at the University of San Diego. For the past 20 years, my specialty has been in collaborating as an editor with fiction authors to get turn their books into the ones that readers can’t put down.