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Weekly Wed 7pm: La Jolla Fiction Read & Critique with T. Greenwood

Date: Wednesday Nights Time: 7-9 pm Number of sessions: ONGOING Members: $100 Nonmembers: $125 Location: Words Alive, 5111 Santa Fe St, #219 San Diego, CA 92109

Contact programs@sandiegowriters.org if you are interested in this group.

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

To pay monthly by Paypal after initial registration, send your payment to register@sandiegowriters.org noting the instructor and R&C time with your payment.  Please include this information in the subject line of check payments as well.

Fiction Read & Critique Group at Words Alive south of La Jolla!
Writers are solitary creatures, spending most of their time alone inside their own imaginations. However, most writers write because they ultimately want to share their work, to invite others into these fictional worlds. This weekly read and critique group will give you the most important audience you will have: your first readers. These are the readers who see the messy drafts and who help you navigate the rough waters of revision. Together we will work in a safe, constructive, and productive environment to improve your writing and ready it for a much larger audience.
This workshop will be limited in size, and the focus will be on fiction. Novelists and short story writers are both encouraged to enroll, and experience and skill levels will vary from novice to the published writers. T. Greenwood, author of seven published novels, will moderate and facilitate.

 

Remember, class is held at a new venue– Words Alive Annex; see the Google Map below for directions. Also, payments must be submitted monthly for ongoing attendance in regular read and critiques, and you may lose your place should you take off months without paying.

 

T. Greenwood is the author of six novels, including Two Rivers, The Hungry Season, and This Glittering World. Her seventh novel, Grace, will be published in April of 2012. She has received grants from the Sherwood Anderson Foundation, the Christopher Isherwood Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Maryland State Arts Council. She lives with her husband and their two daughters in San Diego, where she is also an aspiring photographer. More information on T. Greenwood can be found at her website:  http://www.tgreenwood.com and her blog: http://www.mermama.blogspot.com.

 

 

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