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I haven't really been around for 2+ years, but I vaguely remember that the moderator used to put together groups of 4-6 people to critique each other's work. Does this not happen anymore?

I am looking to join either a new or existing group of writers who would critique each other's work. I think it would be best to have a wide range of experience, from unpublished writers to perhaps a member who has had at least a short story published.

Are there any existing groups that have a slot open?

Is anyone interested in starting a new group?

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Kathleen Dalton Woodbury
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Steven, only one in twenty groups even started up after I'd organized them, and less than a quarter of those actually completed one full round of critiquing and exchanges.

So, I decided to set up the Fragments and Feedback areas and let people set up their own groups as they got to know each other and if they wanted to.

This topic is for those who want to let others know they are interested in a group. It may help if you tell people what you are working on and what kinds of stuff you think you can give useful feedback on (fantasy or science fiction; novels or short stories; and so on).

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