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This month’s meeting (12 October) will see the next round of the SIWA Critique swap.
This time we’re reading stories, so dust off a draft and bring it along to share with another member.
Any kind of story is fine – short, flash, childrens, it doesn’t matter. Just keep it to about 2500 words or less.
For more information, and some resources on critique, see SIWA Critique Swap.
August’s competition is for a children’s book manuscript.
Bring along your manuscripts to get judged by one of our own published children’s authors, Melanie Koster!
For a great starting point, Joy Cowley published a list of 10 points to bear in mind when writing picture book texts. So there’s no excuse not to enter!
At next month’s meeting the first bi-monthly SIWA critique swap will take place! It’s a great opportunity to advance your writing through giving and receiving feedback in our friendly SIWA atmosphere.
Sam will give a brief talk on Thursday to explain how it works, talk a little bit about giving nice, helpful critiques, and answer any questions you might have.
For now, please head over to the new SIWA Critique Swap page and take a look!
This is a new thing for SIWA, and it wouldn’t be a good critique swap if it didn’t welcome feedback! If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and he’ll try his best to sort them out – either by email or on Thursday.