Critique and Discussion of Personal Projects
dim. 20 janvier à 22:00
For members working on writing projects at home who are looking for some feedback--this is the meetup for you. We welcome all genres, and we don't censor material in any way, which means that submissions might possibly contain explicit sex, violence, or simply be something that you wouldn't ordinarily read. If that bothers you, this might not be the meetup for you. All you need to do to attend this meeting is to read through and critique the most recent files posted by members in the comments section for this meetup, and be prepared to DISCUSS your thoughts. We are looking for more than "it was good" -- constructive criticism is our bread and butter! Many members find it helpful to bring notes to share with the writer, either written on a printed-out copy of the work, or on a separate sheet of paper. If you are new to the group, keep in mind that while we encourage you to post something, you can read and critique without submitting something of your own. Please post one piece (maximum 5,000 words) that you wish to have critiqued by Friday, JANUARY 18, 2019 by sharing a link to your Google Drive file in the comments section of this meeting. (How to upload files to Google Drive: https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2424368?hl=en&ref_topic=2429901 ) (How to share files from Google Drive: https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2494822#link_sharing ) Note: When you share a file with someone, you can choose what they can do with it. -View: People can see, but can’t change or share the file with others. -Comment: People can make comments and suggestions, but can’t change or share the file with others. -Edit: People can make changes, accept or reject suggestions, and share the file with others. To get the most out of our critique sessions, it is highly recommended you opt into, at the very least, allowing critiquers to COMMENT. However, enabling all of these features will allow those reading the file to make notes and edits DIRECTLY onto to your document so you can work with them at home. None of the changes and/or comments made are permanent, unless you decide you want them to be. ***
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