Wekiva Writers Critique Group

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on July 3, 2010

Wekiva Writers is a writing critique group, the focus of which is to offer respectful, constructive criticism that honors the writer and the writing in order to help the writer make his or her work the best it can be.  The group’s purpose is not to impose anyone’s ideas on the writer or the writing, but rather, to give thoughtful and careful feedback for the writer’s consideration.  They meet every Saturday at Wekiva Presbyterian Church in Longwood.  Meetings begin at 9 a.m. and continue until they’re finished (which depends on how many people attend and how much work is up for discussion).  This fun, informal group is open to anyone who would like to attend—and it’s free!

On July 17, Jamie Morris, with Woodstream Writers, will be a guest facilitator to conduct a writing workshop.  She’ll demonstrate the popular Amherst Writers and Artists method that she uses as a writing coach and workshop leader.  Jamie is offering this terrific opportunity free of charge.  If you’d like more information or have any questions, please email Marcia Brooks at mlbrooks1@embarqmail.com

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