Bring Your Pages critique circle

Bring Your Pages

Get feedback on your work at this monthly writer-led critique circle facilitated by Daryll Lynne Evans.

First Monday of each month
3-5 pm
Upcoming dates:
May 6
June 3
July 1
Aug 5
Sept 2
Oct 7
Nov 4
Dec 2

This is an in-person event.
Wordcrafters Studio
436 Charnelton St. Ste 100
Eugene, OR 97401

Participant: $21 (if you have limited access to funds)
Sustainer: $29 (the true cost)
Patron: $37 (if you can support those who need to pay less)
We trust you to discern your financial situation and your level of need or ability to give to others with less access to wealth and resources.

Masks are optional. Please stay home if you’re unwell with any upper respiratory illness.

Need some fresh eyes on your work? 

Want help getting through a tricky part? 

Stuck in revision paralysis?

Get what you need to keep your work moving and grow your writing craft and community at this monthly critique circle.

Facilitated by Wordcrafters instructor Daryll Lynne Evans, we’ll focus on a page or two of everyone’s story in a round table critique, one writer at a time. 

First, you’ll share the feedback you’re looking for, any necessary context, and what kind of story you’re creating. 

Then you’ll read your work in progress, up to 500 words, while others read along and make comments on their copy. Using your vision as a guidepost, your fellow writers will share constructive feedback to help you reach your goals. 

WHAT TO BRING: 8 copies of a page or two of your story (up to 500 words)

FORMAT: In the header or top left of the page: your name, email, and story title.
DOUBLE SPACED PAGES, 1-inch margins, 12-point serif font (Times New Roman, Courier, or Garamond)


Questions about this event? Email us.

Recommended resources for giving and receiving writing critique

The AntiRacist Writing Workshop by Felicia Rose Chavez

Craft in the Real World by Matthew Salesses

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