National Novel Editing Month events on Sundays at Northside Library

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Brush up your fiction (or non-fiction) this March during National Novel Editing Month, taking place at Northside Library, 1500 27th Ave., Kenosha, on Sundays, March 6, 13, 20 and 27 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Writers of all abilities are invited to take part in transforming a rough draft into polished prose. They will have opportunities to exchange tips, edit their manuscript, and discuss the writing and revision process.

The event is open to the public of Kenosha and Racine. National Novel Editing Month challenges authors to perform at least 50 hours of editing, or 1.61 hours per day, over the 31 days of March. Whether or not participants make this goal is not as important as making the effort to improve one’s work.

Northside Library offers a casual atmosphere to meet other writers and take part in this fun event.

This activity is presented by the Kenosha Writers’ Guild and Southport Press, a service of Kenosha Community Media, in cooperation with Kenosha Public Library.

Interested parties are encouraged, but not required, to enroll at the National Novel Writing Month Website, www.nanowrimo.org. They should select USA-Wisconsin-Kenosha/Racine as their region. A municipal liaison to Kenosha and Racine will welcome everyone to this region’s forum, offer support, and answer questions.

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