Online Writers’ Roundtable

Now, get the helpful feedback and collegial support of our Roundtables without leaving your house!

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Using a method inspired by our face-to-face Roundtables, you will give and receive feedback in real-time conversations with your group mates.

Additional groups that are now meeting online: weekdays and Sunday afternoons

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 9:00 pm

Jan/Feb 2020 Series: Jan 22 & 29; Feb 12 & 26
Mar/Apr 2020 Series: Mar 11; Apr 1, 15 & 29
May/June 2020 Series: May 6 & 20; June 3 & 17

$105 for one 2-month series (includes 4 sessions)

$200 for two series when paid at the same time (includes 8 sessions)

Thursdays, 6:30 – 9:00 pm

Mar/Apr 2020 Series: Mar 5 & 19; Apr 2 & 16
May/June 2020 Series: May 7 & 21; June 4 & 18

$105 for one 2-month series (includes 4 sessions)
$200 for two series when paid at the same time (includes 8 sessions)

To Register: Complete our Online Registration Form

To use Pay Pal: Click on the amount above


To pay by check: Send to

Red Oak Writing, PO Box 342, Genesee Depot, WI 53127

Some logistics:

  • 6-8 writers for each series (small group means deeper, more focused comments)
  • Share work as a pdf, Word doc or Googledoc (up to 2,000 words, any form/genre)
  • Meet in a real-time Zoom videochats
  • Answers to other FAQ’s can be found here

*Prerequisite: Previous participation in our face-to-face Roundtables OR the equivalent. (If you have never been in a Roundtable or workshop group, please contact Kim Suhr 414.881.7276 or to discuss your experience with giving and receiving critique.)

What Participants Say About Online Roundtables

About the Facilitator:

 is the author of Nothing to Lose (Cornerstone Press, 2018) and director of Red Oak Writing. Her work has appeared in many journals, recently at Midwest Review, the Stonecoast Review and Rosebud. In addition, her writing has earned  awards from the Wisconsin Writers’ Association’s Jade Ring and Lindemann Humor Contests. You can listen to Kim read her work at WUWM 89.7 on the Lake Effect Program. She holds an MFA from the Solstice program at Pine Manor College where she was the Dennis Lehane Fellow in Fiction.