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Where I’ll Be: Confluence 2019

Friday 7 pm: Opening Ceremonies [Ballroom] Participants: Tobias Buckell, Michael Longcor, Cat Rambo, Kevin Hayes (M) Saturday 10 am to noon: Writers Workshop for 10 Participants: Cat Rambo Saturday 2 pm: Beginnings and Endings [Commonwealth East] (moderator) Participants: Cat Rambo … Continue reading

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Guest Post: J.D. Moyer on Writer’s Workshops with Kim Stanley Robinson

I recently attended a writing workshop with Kim Stanley Robinson via the Locus Writers Workshop series. The workshop was in Oakland, California (where I live), near the Locus offices, and Kim Stanley Robinson is one of my favorite authors. Signing … Continue reading

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How to Critique: Best Practices for Workshopping

Both my Writing F&SF Stories and Advanced workshops offer students a chance to critique and be critiqued. To my mind, the latter is actually more useful, because being forced to articulate one’s position on an aspect of writing can be enlightening and instructive. With that in mind, here’s some best practices for such workshops.
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The Last Week of 2011

It’s the last week of 2011, a year that has, like most of them, had its good and bad moments. I remain hopeful about the future, and glad to be in this world, and I look forward to seeing what … Continue reading

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Seven Tips To Make Your Workshop Submission Better

It’s the time of year when people are contemplating submissions to workshops like Clarion, Clarion West, Odyssey, Taos Toolbox, and a myriad of others. Here’s seven tips to help with yours.
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