TWA Critique Group
The TWA Critique Group welcomes writers of all skill levels.
Our goal is to help each other improve writing and storytelling skills as well as provide encouragement. Writers receive both written and verbal feedback on their manuscripts. Our unique critiquing format promotes in-depth analysis, which maximizes learning. Best of all, we have fun in the process. Whether you write short stories, novels, or memoir, you’re welcome to join with us to grow as writers.
Time: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
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Please read and follow the guidelines below before submitting.
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To download the latest submissions:
Limit submissions to 3,500 words.
Submissions should be in RTF format, line numbered, with a small explanation at the top explaining what the piece is about. See our critique group member page for downloading submissions to review at our next meeting.
You must be a current dues-paying member to submit. Join Today!
For all submissions, the Critique Group moderator has the final editorial discretion regarding the length of the submission as posted for downloading as well as the timing of its critique by the group (regardless of its submit date). Direct any questions regarding this policy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: We do not archive submitted writing for the critique group for privacy and space reasons. It is suggested you create a folder on your computer desktop for future reference.