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February 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

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  • Winter/Spring 2021
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Room: Classroom 1

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Surviving a Critique

External feedback on your work is the most important way to grow your writing skills. But many writers fear public readings and critiques, hampering their advancement and self-editing process. Join us for this workshop and sidestep the spotlight while still reaping the benefits of a (semi)public critique. Attendees will send in two pages of their work, which will be anonymously read and critiqued during the workshop. No one must claim their authorship, and all the better if you don’t! You’ll receive a worthwhile critique of your material, with helpful tips to avoid or repair errors and gaffs, and garner feedback from your fellow classmates. You’ll also be able to offer your own feedback on one another’s work, and learn to recognize many common issues we all face in our writing endeavors. Join in, share your work, and enjoy the critique process as it makes you a better writer!

Please note: This class is an online class. To participate, students must have a stable internet connection with a computer or device with a webcam and microphone.

 

 

The MuseTeacher: Rick Eley
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Open to: writers of all levels of experience