The Exit 271 Studio works as an extension of the Exit 271 digital magazine, sponsored by the Georgia Writers Association. We’re a small group of nurturing coaches who make writing and revision fun.


We get you writing more, publishing more, and living the writer’s life. We help writers revise work like a seasoned editor and navigate the writer’s life like a pro.


From one-on-one with an editorial coach to behind-the-scenes chat sessions, we’re here to help. Currently, we’re working on building a fun and interactive learning space.

Who knew editing could be so much fun?

We help writers who need love, support, and a kick in the pants. Stay on track!

We’ll kick you in the rear but cheer you on, too.

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Happy Writers

I have thoroughly enjoyed working one-on-one with Val Mathews. The editing process is so helpful to me as a writer. I completely trust Val’s judgment and spot-on suggestions. Her skills as an editor have made my stories stronger. I highly recommend The Exit 271 Studio to anyone looking for editing services.

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Cynthia Wilson, Fiction Writer

Cynthia Wilson

Fun in the studio!

Contests! Workshops! Live Chats!

Fiction Contests

Tell it in 300 words or fewer! The winner receives a $75 prize. See our guidelines and submit your flash.

Book an Editor for Your Event or Club

The Editor-in-a-Box & The Magic Hat presentation. Book an editor. We promise we won’t bite! See our calendar.

The Editors' Chat Sessions

Go behind the scenes with the editors. We’ll answer your questions on the air. COMING IN 2018. Or chat with us privately now.

The Exit 271 Blog

Visit our new blog. We host professional writers as guest bloggers. Leave a comment.

Take a look at our digital magazine

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