8 years ago | John Crandall (Member)

What's a good place to get a literary critique? I want some people to read what I've written so far and give me their thoughts.

Hopefully without too much name calling :-P - the free science fiction, action-adventure humor-hyphen-thingy

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  1. Chris Poirier (Moderator)

    Posted 8 years ago


  2. John Crandall (Member)

    Posted 8 years ago

    Going there now. Thanks Chris. - the free science fiction, action-adventure humor-hyphen-thingy
  3. S. D. Youngren (Member)

    Posted 8 years ago

    I'm not familiar with, but I do recommend critique groups per se. For in-person groups, check your local writing organizations. The one I belong to, the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society, or GLAWS ( ), has genre groups so you can have your stuff read by, say, just mystery writers, or just science fiction/fantasy/horror writers . . .

    Absolutely no nastiness allowed, not in our groups nor, I would think, in any others.


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  4. Erin Klitzke (Member)

    Posted 8 years ago

    I definitely second Critique Circle. I'm using them right now for my science fiction novel (though not for my serial).


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