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January 2021

Poetry Writer’s Workshop

January 5 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Poetry Critique Group is a weekly poetry workshop during which we examine the submitted work of two poets. We discuss the poets’ 1-2 poems at length, typically for around 45 minutes, and provide a variety of feedback based on what the poet is looking to glean from the workshop. We generally keep workshops to 8-12 participants to allow everyone the opportunity to provide in-depth feedback. If this is your first attendance, we ask that you please email us at peoplesinkpoetry@gmail.com…

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Writer’s Critique Groups

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

Greetings, fellow writer. Do you seek to someday have a short story published in a literary magazine? Do you dream of finally finishing that novel that’s been living in the back of your head for the past few years now? Congratulations, because you’ve found what you’ve been looking for, and it won’t cost you a dime. We’re The People’s Colloquium, a nonprofit community of aspiring writers who seek to help each other grow and perfect our art. We’re open to…

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Speculative, Philosophical, and Experimental Writing Critique Group

January 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 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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Poetry Writer’s Workshop

January 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Poetry Critique Group is a weekly poetry workshop during which we examine the submitted work of two poets. We discuss the poets’ 1-2 poems at length, typically for around 45 minutes, and provide a variety of feedback based on what the poet is looking to glean from the workshop. We generally keep workshops to 8-12 participants to allow everyone the opportunity to provide in-depth feedback. If this is your first attendance, we ask that you please email us at peoplesinkpoetry@gmail.com…

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Writer’s Critique Groups

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

Greetings, fellow writer. Do you seek to someday have a short story published in a literary magazine? Do you dream of finally finishing that novel that’s been living in the back of your head for the past few years now? Congratulations, because you’ve found what you’ve been looking for, and it won’t cost you a dime. We’re The People’s Colloquium, a nonprofit community of aspiring writers who seek to help each other grow and perfect our art. We’re open to…

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Tuesday Night Virtual Open Mic, Hosted by The People’s Colloquium

January 12 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Welcome to 2021! After a brief break Open Mic, hosted by The People's Colloquium, is back online. We are open to all authors: poets, nonfiction writers, fiction writers, and songwriters. All forms of readings and spoken word are allowed, and you are not required to be a member of the People's Colloquium to participate! In addition to readers, we welcome anyone who would like to come and listen, as reading to an audience is special. Open mic happens twice a…

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Speculative, Philosophical, and Experimental Writing Critique Group

January 14 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 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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Poetry Writer’s Workshop

January 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Poetry Critique Group is a weekly poetry workshop during which we examine the submitted work of two poets. We discuss the poets’ 1-2 poems at length, typically for around 45 minutes, and provide a variety of feedback based on what the poet is looking to glean from the workshop. We generally keep workshops to 8-12 participants to allow everyone the opportunity to provide in-depth feedback. If this is your first attendance, we ask that you please email us at peoplesinkpoetry@gmail.com…

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Writer’s Critique Groups

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

Greetings, fellow writer. Do you seek to someday have a short story published in a literary magazine? Do you dream of finally finishing that novel that’s been living in the back of your head for the past few years now? Congratulations, because you’ve found what you’ve been looking for, and it won’t cost you a dime. We’re The People’s Colloquium, a nonprofit community of aspiring writers who seek to help each other grow and perfect our art. We’re open to…

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Speculative, Philosophical, and Experimental Writing Critique Group

January 21 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 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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