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Orlando Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Message Board › Reading work to an audience

Reading work to an audience

Mark B.
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Orlando, FL
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In our last meeting we talked about reading work aloud to ourselves. I do that all the time, and it really helps. It also helps to read aloud to an audience. If you're interested in checking out a venue for this sort of thing, come to Urban Rethink (625 E Central Blvd Orlando) this evening at 6:00PM. I'll be one of two featured readers, reading one of my short stories titled "Forked." There will also be an open mike - 5 mintues each - so you too can read too if you want. Here's a link to the event:

http://urbanrethink.c...­
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