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TwmCritFolderSubmissionProcess by Kira73 TwmCritFolderSubmissionProcess by Kira73
Submission instructions for the advanced critique folders at #TheWritersMeow

Step 1. - Choose a deviation from either the poetry or prose subfolders and critique it.

(Until these subfolders are filled up a little more, you may also choose a deviation from elsewhere within this group if none of these are to your liking.)

Step 2. - Copy/paste the following form into the artist comments section of the deviation you wish to submit for advanced critique and fill out ALL FIELDS (Example above. Please note... for your submission to be accepted for advanced crit, this completed form MUST be included!):

Submitted for #TheWritersMeow Advanced Critique folder

- Category: (poetry or prose)

- Genre: (fantasy, sci-fi, romance... you get the gist)

- Rating: (G, PG, PG-13, or MA. You may also include content if you wish)

- Issues on this piece I need help with: (list wherever you feel you're having problems with your piece)

- Special requests: (here is where you'd say if you want this critique noted or send somewhere other than via comment)

- Deviation I critiqued in order to submit this: (link us to the dev you critiqued. The critique MUST be recent, and it MUST be a real critique with positives and negatives. Please refer to the informative pieces located in the advanced critique main folder for more information on what a critique is.)

Step 3. - Post the deviation you wish to be critiqued into the proper advanced critique subfolder.

For now, as long as you critique a TWM member and post it in the form on your deviation, there will be no limits to how many deviations you may post into the advanced critique folder. As the critique folders fill up, we may begin imposing limits as with the other folders. It all depends on how many we receive.

Like with all critique groups, this is only meant as a temporary rest stop in the revision/edit process of a piece. When you have received the critique/beta you needed on a dev(s) and wish to have no more, please note us so the deviation(s) in question can be moved to a genre folder.

Thank you for understanding the unique nature of this project. Please let one of the admins know if you have any further questions.

:hug: KM
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LadyKuonji Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This group sounds interesting however I am more of a Novelist than a poetry or prose writer.
Can I still submit stuff? Or is this group only for poets?
monstroooo Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
So, if I understand correctly, you need to critique someone else's work before you can submit your own for critiquing?
Kira73 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Yup. :) The way many professional crit groups operate. We're trying to build critique partner relationships by doing this.
monstroooo Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Sounds good :)
Solaris-Ember Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Sounds pretty good so far. :)
Kira73 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks. :) Still tweaking a bit. Crossing fingers this works out.
Solaris-Ember Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
*crosses fingers*

....*and toes*

SatiatedStone Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2011
Good rules, hope this helps generate more valuable critiques!
Kira73 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks. :) Still tweaking them, and probably will be for some time after this is rolled out, but I hope it works.
TarienCole Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Very well done, my friend. :salute:
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