CANSCAIP is pleased to offer a webinar on Writing Critique Groups on Tuesday, June 18 at 7:00 pm EST. If you're not available on the date, the webinar will be recorded and can be viewed any time.
A few days before the webinar, registrants will receive a link and password.
Registration is $25 for CANSCAIP Friends and Members, and $35 for non-members.
NOTE: If you're not a current Friend or Member, to enable registration at the $25 member rate, please join or renew first and then come back to register for the webinar.
WEBINAR TOPIC: CANSCAIP often gets asked about writing critique groups. How can you get a group started? Can you critique someone’s writing without hurting their feelings? How should the group be structured? Nancy Hartry and Teresa Toten have been in the same writing critique group for more than 20 years. Their lively and practical webinar will help and inspire you to start a writing critique group—or enhance the group you’re already in.
Nancy Hartry is the author of the novels Smokescreen and Watching Jimmy (CLA Best Children’s Book of the Year) and picture books Hold On, McGinty! and Jocelyn and the Ballerina. When Nancy is not writing stories, she works as a lawyer. Teresa Toten is a bestselling YA author whose books have been translated around the world. Her titles include Beware That Girl, The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B (Governor-General’s Award winner), and Me and the Blondes.
Technical requirements for the webinar
1. You'll need Google Chrome or Firefox as your web browser (no other browser works with the webinar software).
2. Your computer must have speakers or headphones so you can hear the webinar.
3. It is best to use a wired internet connection rather than wi-fi. The quality of the webinar is partially dependent on your internet connection.
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720 Bathurst St., Suite 503, Toronto, ON M5S 2R4
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