Vision: A Resource for Writers
Lazette Gifford, Editor

About this issue's theme

Facing the mere idea of revision sometimes stops people from moving forward toward publication.  Many writers feel that once they've told the story it will bore them to work on it again.  Others fear not knowing enough to make the story right, and believe that any work they might do would be useless.

Some of us, however, delight in rewrites and revisions (sometimes too much so, as one article shows).  These articles list a number of ways to approach editing problems. Read though them and see if something works for you!