December 6, 2022 | 12:00pm via Zoom
It happens to every writer — there is a phrase or a word or an action we fall back on in our work, crutches that we rely on that we don’t realize permeates our entire manuscript, whether your protagonist ‘takes a breath’ or “looks out a window”. Deborah Sun De La Cruz, editor extraordinaire, will run a PD session on finding crutches in your writing and how to be more diverse with word choice.
About the Host:
DEBORAH SUN DE LA CRUZ is a Senior Editor at Penguin Canada where she acquires literary and commercial fiction. Recent publications include the #1bestseller Every Summer After by Carley Fortune and the Women’s Prize winner The Book of Form and Emptiness by Ruth Ozeki. She works with acclaimed international authors Celeste Ng, Gail Honeyman, Sophie Mackintosh, and K-Ming Chang. Forthcoming titles include River Mumma by Zalika Reid-Benta, a magic realist novel that draws from Jamaican folklore, and Batshit Seven by Sheung-King, a bold novel about a millennial living through the Hong Kong protests.