What My Tattoo Artist Taught Me About Writing Critique

Column by Lisa Bubert
...or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Trust My Tattoo Artist.

How IRL Writing Friends Make This Whole Journey A Million Times Better

Column by Karis Rogerson
It wasn't always easy for Karis Rogerson to find writer friends outside of the internet, but now that she has...it's changed everything (for the better).

3 Things Critique Groups Are Great For (and 3 Things They Really Aren't)

Column by Susan DeFreitas
A high-quality critique group can help you level up as a writer in a big way——just be aware that there are some things they generally can’t do.

On the Value and Importance of Finding Your Writing "People"

Column by Karis Rogerson
A reflection on why it's so important to have a group (or groups) of writers you can rely on.

10 Tips on How To Find or Form the Critique Group of Your Dreams

Column by Riki Cleveland February 29, 2016
It’s been said that no critique partners are better than bad critique partners, but how exactly do you find the group that will help you rise to the next level?

The Basics of Starting a Writing Group

Column by Daniel Hope August 27, 2014
A few essential steps that will give your writing group (and consequently your writing) the best chance of success.

5 Reasons A Good Writing Group Can Save You

Column by Kelly Thompson November 7, 2013
What can a good writing group do for you? Almost everything.