Re: [writers-1020] How do we do this?

From: Tom S.
Sent on: Friday, July 25, 2008 5:49 PM
I'll give this a shot.  To be honest with you, I usually have difficulty navigating the sites to access material or upload my own.  It's very likely I'll fall off the boat at that point because it becomes too frustrating to me.
 
Tom

On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 8:21 AM, alissa b <[address removed]> wrote:
To become a part of this Meetup, all you need are the following:

a) Work to critique. We'll review two members' works at every meeting. To submit work, please upload to the "Files" section of this Meetup page. Please try to submit your work by the Monday before the meetup. That'll give everyone a chance to look over it in time.

b) Desire to critique other's work. The end goal of this is to get constructive feedback from everyone. So many workshops I've taken have just turned out to be vanity sessions where the end result was just to have the writer hear that their work was pure genius. Well, admittedly, sometimes it was. Most of the time though, it erm...wasn't. Anyway, hopefully that won't happen here.

c) $10 annual membership fee. I gotta say it: Meetup.com does charge for hosting a meeting. Heck, you can barely get a weekend, sit-down breakfast at your typical restaurant for $10 these days. This $10 will get you so much more...

anyways, does anyone have any work ready to go for the first Meetup?

--Alissa




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