Monthly Archives: March 2010

Workshop 101: Finding a Critique’s Focus

I have been thinking long and hard about what element of my current workshopping class bothers me so much. Is it the content of my fellow classmates? No, not especially. It makes for queasy nights, but all in all the writing isn’t that bad. Is it my professor? No. We don’t agree on our writing […]

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Workshop 101: Your Audience Matters

In case you can’t tell, these little blurbs come to you when something happens in my workshop I don’t agree with. Last night a classmate brought in a piece of YA Christian Fiction. This particular piece was slightly heavy-handed, but nothing a little clipping here and there couldn’t fix. It’s still a rough draft. As […]

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