If you choose to take advantage of this opportunity, you’ll meet twice with your editor, and in those sessions you’ll receive detailed feedback on your work and ideas for how to take it to the next level. We'll do our best to match you up with somebody who really understands what you're doing and can provide direct and helpful advice.
How much feedback should you expect? This is what we’re thinking: you’ll be in touch with your editor beforehand via email, and the two of you can decide what might be the best use of your time together. You could focus on one particular story/poem/essay and really dig into it, and then revise and jump back in, or you could work on two separate pieces, or something you’ve written during camp, or something totally different we haven’t thought of yet.
Like everything else, this is optional. If you're at the point in your writing where you'd rather just have time to write and don't really feel like you need an editor weighing in on your work, that is totally cool with us.
Following is a preliminary list of editors. Mostly this is Barrelhouse people who we know will be there. We'll be adding Visiting Writers and Editors in here as we get closer to the summer.
writer CAmp editors
Dan Brady, Poetry
Erin Fitzgerald, Fiction
Dave Housley, Fiction
Joe Killiany, Fiction
Mike Ingram, Fiction, Nonfiction
Matt Perez, Fiction
Sheila Squillante, Poetry, Nonfiction
Becky Barnard, Special Teams