We’ll be meeting at Kenosha Creative Space, 624 57th St., (NE corner of 7th & 57th, downtown Kenosha) at 6:30 pm. You are welcome to share a short piece–no more than 4 double spaced pages) with the group. If possible, please bring copies so that others may see as well as hear your words. Attendance varies but on average we expect 6-8 writers. You don’t have to share your work until you feel comfortable doing so. You are always welcome to listen and comment on the work of others or just observe. You will find KWG a friendly, inclusive group offering support and a sense of community for all writers and all those interested in becoming writers. Come check us out!
Feel free to share a short piece with the group (keep the document open on your computer to share on Zoom), or just tune in to say hello and tell us what you’re up to. We offer kind and considerate critiques that focus on what’s working.
If you submit work, you are agreeing to read and critique all other work submitted. Please read our Guidelines page, In-Depth Critiques before submitting.
If you don’t want to submit work but want to participate as a reader–you’ll be asked to read and critique all submissions–please let Jim Payne ( email@example.com ) know by the May 4 deadline. He’ll send submissions, along with the Zoom link, to writers/readers one week in advance of the meeting.
Feel free to share a short piece (no more than 4 double-spaced pages) with the group. Keep your document open on your device and you’ll be able to share on screen so that we can see as well as hear your work.
Don’t want to share your work? Not a problem! Come listen to others, comment on what’s shared, or just chat with us a while. We’d love to meet you and hear what you’re doing.
Submit now for our poetry only in-depth critique Thursday, April 8
Submit up to 5 poems, 5000 total word limit. Please see our Guidelines page for information about our in-depth critiques and the preferred submission format. Send your submission in one document as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight of March 31.
The critique meeting will be held on Thursday, April 8 at 6:30 pm on Zoom.