We will talk about fiction techniques, how & where to submit your work, and what your struggles, hopes & dreams are as a fiction writer. Participants will be given the opportunity to share their work with other group members for critiques. I encourage participants to build relationships with others in the group so they may connect with writers of similar interests with the goal of forming their own individual critique groups. All skill levels welcome.
Led by Doug A.
Doug is a disabled Army veteran who has faced great personal tragedy and loss in his family and has turned to writing as his therapy. His writing has won five international awards, and he has been published in Wired Magazine and Reader's Digest. Doug spends his spare time on Cape Cod, MA with his wife and grandkids. He is a great resource for aspiring writers in the community!
Tuesday 11/30 session -
We will start by discussing strategies myself and other group participants use to stay focused and motivated to complete a story from idea to the final sentence. If time allows, we will begin to talk about how to find places to get stories published.