Due to virus control this meeting is very likely to be zoom meetings, Check www.bsfs.org for details.
The Speculative Fiction Critique Circle meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at BSFS HQ. We sit in a circle and people who have brought pieces for critique take turns reading their work aloud. We quietly mark the paper with any suggestions we have as they're reading. Then afterwards we spend time discussing language, plot, characters, pacing, all that good stuff.
If you're going to present, bring 6 to 8 copies of a piece up to 2,500 words. For those with longer works, serialization is common.
We're a friendly, but very focused group of writers who go in-depth to critique the works we bring in. We never get personal, but we will provide deep, honest feedback. We've had many stories workshopped here published professionally, and our goal is to keep that happening by making stories as strong and sharp as they can be.
Of course, anyone who just wants to sit in, not present, and talk writing with us, is more than welcome to come by and do just that. For more information contact BSFSEvents at BSFS dot org
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Due to the Virus control measures this meeting may be on Zoom only. Check www.bsfs.org for details of how to attend.
Planning Meeting from 7:00 to 8:00 pm, for Balticon, the regional Science Fiction convention that we plan and hold each year on Memorial Day weekend. Mostly for Division Heads and Staff, but open to the public as well.
If you have some ideas for Balticon that you want to discuss, before or after the meeting may be the time to do it.
Due to virus control measures this meeting may be on zoom only. Check www.bsfs.org to learn how to attend.
Baltimore Science Fiction Society Business Meeting.
Learn about ongoing projects and share ideas. Watch Robert's Rules of order executed in the unique BSFS style.
Everyone is welcome to come and visit! We start up after the Balticon Meeting is finished, usually about 8:30. Usually people hang out after the meeting, some may play board games, others may just chat. No need to RSVP, feel free to just stop by.