Weekly Read & Critique with Sandra Younger

Date: Starting April 2nd Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Number of sessions: Ongoing, Mondays Members: $100/month
Nonmembers: $125/month
Location: The Inkspot, 710 13th St, Ste 210, San Diego, CA 92101

Welcome to our new Read & Critique group!

Members will meet weekly with scheduled days to bring their writing to a regular group of eager readers. This group will be limited in size but not in scope or content. Whatever you’re writing, and whatever your level of experience, you’re welcome to sign up.

This is an ongoing read & critique group with limited registration. Members pay monthly for their ongoing participation.

Sandra Millers Younger is a veteran journalist, a marketing and communication professional, and an emerging author. As founder and principal of Editorial Excellence, she writes and consults for colleges and universities, businesses, and nonprofits.

Sandra has written or edited hundreds of published articles for titles ranging from academic journals to seventeen magazine, and she regularly contributes as editor emerita to San Diego State University’s award-winning 360 magazine. With the help of SDWI critique-group colleagues, she recently completed her first book—a first-person, narrative nonfiction account of San Diego’s 2003 Cedar Fire, the biggest wildfire in California’s recorded history.

A native Southerner, Sandra is a Phi Beta Kappa journalism graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She later risked frostbite to earn a master’s degree in magazine journalism at Syracuse University, where she studied on a Syracuse Graduate Fellowship.