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I attended the Writer’s Workshop at FenCon XIV in Dallas this year. The facilitator was the ever-insightful Cat Rambo. I was in with 14 other writers, critiquing and soaking up insights from Cat for 4 days. It was WONDERFUL. Not … Continue reading
To my mind there is a difference between critique and criticism. Criticism is inherently negative, destructive; its purpose is to devalue. Critique can be negative, but must also be coupled with advice or suggestions to rebuild. Critique is made with an … Continue reading
So last night was the Halloween Episode of DFWWW (Dallas-Fort Worth Writer’s Workshop). We had an awesome potlock and also celebrated the fact that the workshop has produced 300 published novels. Readings for that night were separated by Halloween reads … Continue reading
I’ve spent the past two Wednesday evenings attending the DFW Writers’ Workshop. DFWWW is a critique and support organization for writers of any genre or skill level. Each Wednesday night they meet and hold critique sessions where writers read a 15 … Continue reading