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Rx for Writers’ Groups

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Has your writers’ group hit a plateau? Are you looking for a way to take your writing to the next level? Would you like fresh approaches to giving and receiving feedback?

Whether your group is just starting out or you have been together for years, you can benefit from the observations and guidance of an objective, experienced eye. Red Oak Director and Roundtable Leader, Kim Suhr, can tailor the session to your group’s needs. Some possible activities include:

  • helping you set group and individual goals
  • modeling different approaches to feedback
  • sharing techniques for improving your critiquing skills
  • observing the group’s process & suggesting ways to make it stronger and more efficient
  • demonstrating Red Oak’s approach & helping you find ways to tweak it to match your needs
  • other (addressing issues specific to your group)

To set up a session, call Kim at 414.881.7276

Fee: $150 for one 2.5 hour session
(for up to 6 writers. Plus $25 for each additional writer.)
 
Kim Suhr 2Kim Suhr is Director of Red Oak Writing and author of Maybe I’ll Learn: Snapshots of a Novice Mom. She will receive her MFA in fiction from Pine Manor College in January, 2015. Her work has appeared at Grey Sparrow Journal, Full of Crow and Staccato Fiction as well as earning awards from the Wisconsin Writers Association’s Jade Ring and Lindemann Humor Contests. To learn more about her writing, visit kimsuhr.com 

 


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