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Story Center Critique Group

Age Group
For adults

 

Presenter
The Story Center
Story Center Event
Registration Required

 

Bring five double-spaced copies of five pages and join a community of your writing peers to provide supportive and constructive critique of each other’s work. Contact branch for more details. This class is part of the Written Storytelling Certificate Program. Please note this program will take place in-person in the Story Center Historic Home. Please make sure to register the number of guests in your party. Space is limited.

 

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