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April 2020

Writer’s Critique Group

April 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Our Tuesday critique groups are appropriate for writers of all intentions and backgrounds. We typically have between 40-50 participants in attendance each week, most of whom will not RSVP on meetup.com. Due to the pandemic, our critique groups will take place online until further notice. For more information, please review the following documents: 1) Guidelines for Participation: https://peoplescolloquium.org/guidelines/2) Workshop Syllabus: https://peoplescolloquium.org/peoples-ink-syllabus-tuesdays/ If this will be your first attendance, please email us at josueeh3@gmail.com to arrange your observation. Include information about…

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Speculative, Philosophical, and Experimental Writing Critique Group

April 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

As the title suggests, we'll critique writing that is speculative (sci-fi, fantasy, horror, surrealism, slipstream, etc.), philosophical (idea-driven, writing with a message, etc.), and experimental (unusual language, visual/musical aspects, transgressive, etc.). All writing submitted for critique should fit at least one of these categories, and ideally, more than one. Of course, the written works and authors that inspire us may vary, and widely. Nonetheless, here's a list of some written works and authors that have inspired me, and which we…

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May 2020

Virtual Write-In

May 2 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Write online with a group of peers! We'll chat at the beginning, then write for an hour, then chat for a little while, then write some more ... until we're all done for the day! The Zoom link will be posted 10-15 minutes prior to our event - watch the right side bar for the update!

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Writer’s Critique Group

May 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Our Tuesday critique groups are appropriate for writers of all intentions and backgrounds. We typically have between 40-50 participants in attendance each week, most of whom will not RSVP on meetup.com. Due to the pandemic, our critique groups will take place online until further notice. For more information, please review the following documents: 1) Guidelines for Participation: https://peoplescolloquium.org/guidelines/2) Workshop Syllabus: https://peoplescolloquium.org/peoples-ink-syllabus-tuesdays/ If this will be your first attendance, please email us at josueeh3@gmail.com to arrange your observation. Include information about…

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Poetry Critique

May 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The People's Ink Poetry Critique Group is a weekly poetry workshop. We discuss the submitted work of two poets each meeting. We typically have between 8-12 participants each workshop. These are in depth discussions of 1-2 poems for each poet. We ask that if this will be your first attendance, please email us at peoplespoetry.hanna@gmail.com.This is so you can get a feel for how we run our meetings. Include in your email, your goals as a poet and how the…

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Speculative, Philosophical, and Experimental Writing Critique Group

May 5 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

As the title suggests, we'll critique writing that is speculative (sci-fi, fantasy, horror, surrealism, slipstream, etc.), philosophical (idea-driven, writing with a message, etc.), and experimental (unusual language, visual/musical aspects, transgressive, etc.). All writing submitted for critique should fit at least one of these categories, and ideally, more than one. Of course, the written works and authors that inspire us may vary, and widely. Nonetheless, here's a list of some written works and authors that have inspired me, and which we…

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Writer’s Critique Group

May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Our Tuesday critique groups are appropriate for writers of all intentions and backgrounds. We typically have between 40-50 participants in attendance each week, most of whom will not RSVP on meetup.com. Due to the pandemic, our critique groups will take place online until further notice. For more information, please review the following documents: 1) Guidelines for Participation: https://peoplescolloquium.org/guidelines/2) Workshop Syllabus: https://peoplescolloquium.org/peoples-ink-syllabus-tuesdays/ If this will be your first attendance, please email us at josueeh3@gmail.com to arrange your observation. Include information about…

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Poetry Critique

May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The People's Ink Poetry Critique Group is a weekly poetry workshop. We discuss the submitted work of two poets each meeting. We typically have between 8-12 participants each workshop. These are in depth discussions of 1-2 poems for each poet. We ask that if this will be your first attendance, please email us at peoplespoetry.hanna@gmail.com.This is so you can get a feel for how we run our meetings. Include in your email, your goals as a poet and how the…

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Writer’s Critique Group

May 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

If this will be your first attendance, please email us at josueeh3@gmail.com to arrange your observation. Include information about yourself, your writing, your goals as a writer, and how the critique groups can best help you meet your goals. We'll respond with meeting information and details for your attendance. Our Tuesday critique groups are appropriate for writers of all intentions and backgrounds. We typically have between 40-50 participants in attendance each week, most of whom will not RSVP on meetup.com.…

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Poetry Critique

May 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The People's InkPoetry Critique Group is a weekly poetry workshop. We discuss the submitted work of two poets each meeting. We typically have between 8-12 participants each workshop. These are in depth discussions of 1-2 poems for each poet. We ask that if this will be your first attendance, please email us at peoplespoetry.hanna@gmail.com.This is so you can get a feel for how we run our meetings. Include in your email, your goals as a poet and how the critique…

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