Critique Groups for writers wanting feedback
Claw:(Creating Literature At Websters) Interested writers should contact Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org. CLAW critiques fiction only. We do not workshop screenplays, poetry, memoirs, historical, or religious fiction. Our writing tends toward the edgy, and our genres include science fiction, fantasy, mainstream, mystery, experimental, and humor (both dark and light) for all age groups. Anyone uncomfortable with having their boundaries challenged should not apply.
W4K(Writers for Kids):This group covers fiction and non-fiction for children up through young adults, but is not currently seeking new members. Contact Virginia Loewen, 814-237-0947, email@example.com.
The Christian Writers Roundtable: Meets on the third or fourth Thursday of each month, according to members' convenience. Members write from a Christian world view, but works range widely, including fiction and non-fiction books, short stories, articles, devotionals, poetry, and children's literature. Membership is by invitation and is currently at its chartered limit. Inquiries:e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Laurel at 814-237-3010.
OLLIWriters Group: Writers of all genres are welcome to join this group, which is an OsherLifelong Learning Institute at Penn State Special Interest Group. Contact Rita for more information and meeting times/dates: email@example.com
Memoir/Non-Fiction: Meets the first Thursday of the month at 1 pm. Interested writers should contact Barb Foley at WritersCreate@outlook.com
CreativeWriting Group: Meets third Tuesdays at 7 pm. Focuses on short stories, memoirs, topical writing, and techniques to stimulate creativity. Contact Frank Rocco, Frankrocco38@yahoo.com or 861-3625.
Wednesday Workshops: is a critique group for fiction and poetry that meets on Wednesdays from 7 to 9 pm. For more information, contact Nora Ciancio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone can start a critique group! If you are interested in starting one, drop Karen an e-mail: KLD25@psu.edu