Gail Anderson-Dargatz  

Meet and Greet Sessions

About:

Are you unsure which of Gail’s services would work best for you? Want to chat with Gail before committing to one? Or just have a couple of quick questions to ask? Either way, with a meet and greet session, you'll get a sampling of Gail’s approach to mentoring and editing.

How it works:

Click on the green button to the right to purchase. We'll email you right back to schedule your meet and greet session.

At your scheduled time, you’ll meet with Gail on Zoom for twenty minutes.

 

 

When:

Click the button below to book a meet and greet session any time. As soon as we’ve received your order, we’ll schedule your session within the week, or at the time that suits you best.

Cost:

One meet and greet session is $40 plus GST/HST (of your province).

 

Work with Gail

Gail works with writers at all levels, from newbies to pros. Choose the course that best suits your project.

The Clean Sweep

Writing is messy. Clean it up! Get a detailed edit of your story, pitch package, grant application or any short project under 5,000 words.

Alpha and Beta Reading Service

Alpha and beta readers give feedback on a manuscript from a reader’s perspective. Move your project forward with this affordable service.

Writing Retreat

This week-long writing retreat in the Shuswap region of British Columbia is timed to coincide with the sockeye run on the Adams River, a natural wonder.

Workshops for Groups

Reading and writing workshops for organizations, sculpted to suit your needs.

Meet and Greet

Meet Gail for a 20-minute Zoom session to find out which one of Gail's services is right for you.

Blue Pencil Sessions

Not your average blue pencil session, this consultation with Gail is a full workshop. Book at any time.

Fiction Mentorships

Gail's flagship course. In this one-on-one, private, four-month online mentorship, Gail will guide you as you put together your fiction project.

Developmental Edits

For writers with a complete draft. Gail digs deep into your manuscript's big picture story elements -- themes, story goals, conflicts and structure, character arcs, pacing, point of view, and dialogue -- to help you develop your project to the fullest.

About Gail

Gail's novels have been national and international bestsellers and two have been short-listed for the Giller Prize, among other awards. She works with writers from around the world on her online teaching forums.