Most serious writers encounter critiques at some point in their writing lives. If you’re lucky, you’ll get some solid training on how to write critiques for others’ work. And if you’re really lucky, you’ll get some good advice on how to read the critiques you receive on your own work, too. That guidance might very well include Ann Pancake’s article in the new (May/June 2007) Poets & Writers magazine. Check it out, (and click here for the issue’s full Table of Contents, including other segments also reprinted online).
Friday Find: "Reading How You’re Read"
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