Critique Group Request Form
If you are a SLO NightWriter member looking for a critique group, copy and paste the information below into the body of an email message, then send this information to: Anita Hunt, Critique Group Coordinator
We’ll print your specific request in the ‘Critique Group Connections’ section of the monthly e-newsletter for all NW members to view.
Use this information in the NW Newsletter to find a match for your needs, make contacts, or to start a new group or critique partnership. Please make sure this information is LEGIBLE!!
If you form a new group, let Sharyl know so she can add the group to the NW Group List. She can showcase your talent in the monthly NW Newsletter with a group photo and excerpts of the writing.
Critique Group Guidelines are available on this website HERE
Phone Number (optional):_____________________
Genres of critique focus: Check any/all that apply
_____Varied – no genre restrictions
_____Fiction – if genre is specific, please note it: ____________
Seeking: Check any/all that apply
_____Critique Group peer edit/critique exchange
_____Electronic Line Edit Exchange Program
_____1:1 Writing mentor / partner
__ _____ Editing Services only for my work - (fee for service – to be arranged between writer and editor)
_____Writing Lessons - List Subjects: _______________
Seeking Skill Level: Check any/all that apply
_____No skill level restrictions
_____Beginner / new writer
_____Intermediate / some writing experience
_____Advanced / experienced writer
Meeting Location Preferences/Restrictions:
____No location restrictions – can travel to critique group or rotate through member’s locations
_____SLO City Preferred
_____Los Osos/Morro Bay/Cambria Preferred
_____North County Preferred
_____South County Preferred
***Completion and submission of this information gives SLO NightWriters permission to post it in their monthly e-newsletter. SLO NW cannot guarantee critique group formation or availability. We strive to facilitate connections between writers so they can initiate and develop their own writing affiliations. While we cannot be, and are not, responsible for the quality or outcomes from these associations, we hope they lead to great creative magic and magnificent literary works!