|When I started the Pasadena Group to find other writers, closer, that could and would (and are!) become Pleskoites in their own way…On 11/5/07, Aracely Sustaita wrote:
I put out the writing word and it looks like about 8 people/writers will be attending the first “Pasadena Writers Meeting.” Any tips?
On 11/5/07, Les Plesko wrote:
1. Don’t read TOO MUCH OUT LOUD each time. What worked for me before in a small group is to circulate the manuscripts around by e-mail the week before the class, and then discuss them in class. But to make it work, you can’t send TOO MANY pages or have too many people, and people really do have to read each others’ stuff.
Running a Writing GroupPosted: September 27, 2013 by Allison Strauss aka Snail in pleskoisms