Science Fiction and Fantasy Critique Group meeting

  • August 10, 2014 · 10:00 AM
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Submit a piece of up to 2500 words (More > Files > New File) by Midnight pm the previous Thursday. We'll review the first five submissions.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey, guys: So sorry I cannot make meetups these days, but I wanted to share with you some places you might be able to submit stuff too I you are interested, don't worry they don't ask for money. http://www.aresmagazine.com/?page_id=46

    http://bravenewgirls.weebly.com/

    http://www.strangehorizons.com/Guidelines.shtml

    Good luck

    Josh

    August 17, 2014

  • Tom

    Still trying to find a chance to get some of my work to a scanner; the old websites where my fiction was hosted are long gone. However, I do have a number of paper copies. I'll just bring those for some other Saturday down the line if that will be the same.

    August 8, 2014

    • Lou L.

      HI Tom, somebody may have suggested this to you already, but have you tried the wayback machine? archive.org/web It allows you to pull up web sites from YEARS and YEARS ago.

      August 9, 2014

    • Tom

      Wow, no never heard of that, but I'll check it out- thanks! :)

      August 9, 2014

  • Jeremy

    To help out newbies in the writing industry, what are some of the websites, forums and magazines we should be clued in to?

    August 5, 2014

    • Jeremy

      Thanks a lot. I diving in!

      August 5, 2014

    • Lou L.

      http://jakonrath.blog...­ is another good one normally, but lately he's been covering the Hachhete/Amazon negotiation ad nauseum. And check out this post from Poptart Manifesto. http://www.poptartman...­

      August 9, 2014

  • Elizabeth H.

    Wow! It looks we have five pieces this week - Swim, Jiro, Veil, Mirror, and Tom has a slot for read-aloud. Yeah team!

    1 · August 8, 2014

  • David K.

    At last week's meeting, I showed some small trade format books that represent how some authors are packaging novelettes and novellas for printing. They're very good stories, and I said that I would post the titles:

    The Man Who Bridged the Mist - by Kij Johnson

    The Ice Owl - by Carolyn Ives Gilman

    Arkfall - by Carolyn Ives Gilman

    All three stories are available in print or ebook. "The Man Who..." was the 2012 Hugo winner for Best Novella, beating "The Ice Owl," which was also nominated. "Arkfall" was, I believe a 2011 Nebula nominee.

    August 8, 2014

  • Elizabeth H.

    I forgot to ask people what we should talk about at next month's workshop. Self editing? Favorite on-line resources? Sticky words?

    August 8, 2014

  • Mary E.

    I have out of town company this week. But, I will pull down the readings and bring them the following week.
    Also, loved every notation I rec'd. You guys are intuitive readers. Thank you! MEg

    July 16, 2014

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We just grab a coffee and speak French. Some people have been coming every week for months... it creates a kind of warmth to the group.

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