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February 23

Critique Session

Email your entry and contact information to: lcrwmembership@gmail.com.The following information should be on the first page before your story begins. (You may wish to copy/paste the following to your manuscript to answer them.)

  • Genre:
  • Demographic (target audience):
  • How long is the final piece (short story, novel):
  • Is there backstory we need to know to understand what is going on:
  • Where does this fit in your manuscript (i.e.: two-thirds of the way through):
  • What questions do you wish answered:


Critique Session


March 23

Lawyer: Duane Basch

Please sumbit your questions to the loop: lcrworg@googlegroups.com.

For example:

What if your work is taken?

If you’ve taken the steps to register your work, enforcing your copyright through the court system is a little easier. Often the difficulty comes in identifying that your work has been copied, but with a well-established community it’s likely one of your readers or supporters will spot the infringement and bring it to your attention. Then what?

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2019

  • February 23: Critique Session
  • March 23: Lawyer -- Duane Basch
  • April 27: TBD
  • May 25: Kathy Shea
  • June 29: Critique Session



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