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SPECIAL CRITIQUE WORKSHOP
Pocatello Writers Meeting
Marshall Public Library
October 21, 2017 3:30pm-5:30pm

We don’t have a study topic, so our October mid-month writers’ meeting will be used for critiques only. If you need feedback on your WIP, respond to this email to reserve a reading spot.

We ask attendees to RSVP this time, so that we can tell the readers how many copies they have to make.

Reply to this email/post by Thursday noon if you plan to attend, and let us know if you will bring something to read.

To give everyone a chance, keep readings as short as possible, maximum 10 pages double-spaced.  Happy writing!

In the meantime, keep in touch by joining our Facebook OPEN FORUM at https://www.facebook.com/groups/pocatellowriters/

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Pocatello Writers Meeting
Marshall Public Library
September 16, 2017   3:30pm-5:30pm

Next Saturday, Bret Wilson (aka Russell Pike) will lead our study group in a discussion called the “Character Cake”, about how to present a character in a meaningful way in prose.

We have time for one or two critique sessions in second hour.
Happy writing until we see you next weekend.

In the meantime, keep in touch by joining our Facebook Open Forum at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pocatellowriters/

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Marshall Public Library
August 19, 2017   3:30pm-5:30pm

Our August mid-month writers’ meeting will be used for critiques only.  If you need feedback on your WIP,  send an email to pocatellowriters@gmail.com to reserve a reading spot.

We ask all attendees to RSVP this time, so that we can tell the readers how many copies they have to make.  Respond via email by Thursday noon if you plan to attend, and let us know if you will bring something to read.

To give everyone a chance, keep readings as short as possible,  maximum 10 pages double-spaced.

Happy writing.

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Pocatello Writers Meeting
Marshall Public Library
June 17, 2017, 3:30pm-5:30pm

In response to a new member’s inquiry, we will dedicate our mid-June writer’s meeting to a short overview on handling narrative Points of View.

POV problems are among the top mistakes inexperienced writers make, and if you get it wrong, you can erode credibility, fracture the reader’s suspension of disbelief and damage your entire story.

Sherrie Seibert Goff will lead the discussion on POV, leaving time for attendees to participate in two critique sessions. Chris Cole and Jean Cunningham (Ren) have requested critiques from the group, so the spots are filled already.

Chris and Jean are relatively new to the group, so please come and give them some reader feedback, as well as a fellow writer’s friendly advice on their efforts.

Until then, keep in touch by joining our Facebook OPEN FORUM at https://www.facebook.com/groups/pocatellowriters/

 

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QUERY LETTERS
Pocatello Writers Meeting
Marshall Public Library
April 15, 2017, 3:30pm-5:30pm

At our writers’ meeting this coming Saturday, Charity Samora will give us a refresher course on how to write a good query letter to an agent or publisher.

The query letter is meant to elicit an invitation to send sample chapters or even your whole manuscript. The goal is to get them to read your book.

So, join us to make sure that you are using the format and content expected by professionals.

In the meantime, keep in touch via our online open forum at https://www.facebook.com/groups/pocatellowriters/.

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Pocatello Writers Meeting
Marshall Public Library
Saturday, March 18, 2017, 3:30pm-5:30pm

Sherrie Seibert Goff will lead our March meeting on the topic of writing powerful dialogue. Effective dialogue moves the plot forward, conveys information, creates tension, deepens characterization, creates immediacy and stirs reader empathy.
We will talk about various techniques to improve one’s writing of dialogue, as well as dialogue’s many roles in writing good fiction. Please join us at the Marshall Public Library to pick up a few pointers and lend your own ideas and expertise to the discussion.

In the meantime, hang out with a few of us in our Facebook OPEN FORUM at https://www.facebook.com/groups/250065325099597.

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Marshall Public Library
Saturday,  Feb 18, 2017,  3:30pm-5:30pm

This coming Saturday, Charity Henson Samora will continue with our study session on CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT.  Come and pick up a few pointers on how to improve your story with realistic and memorable characters. Bring your ideas and expertise as well. Hope to see you all there.

Note: We may not have time for a critique in second hour, but please attend our first-Saturday critique workshop on March 4th, same time, same place.
In the meantime, join us on our Facebook group forum at https://www.facebook.com/groups/250065325099597.

 

 

 

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