August 10th, 2005
|blurredlights||10:00 pm - Poetry: Sudden Turns: blurredlights|
( sudden turnsCollapse )
note: posted the original version of the poem, I'm still looking for more criticisms. hurt me. :)
Current Mood: bouncy
May 6th, 2005
|silverwolf1367||12:16 pm - shutting down|
Seeing as there's absolutely no activity in this community, i will be closing this down. Peter/Jopet suggests opening one up at a later date. :P You've til sunday to make any violent protests.
March 13th, 2005
|silverwolf1367||01:00 am - Welcome|
This is a nonfiction workshop group, originally borne of the nonfiction writing seminar class of Ms. Karla Delgado for Ateneo's creative writing program. However, membership will not necessarily be limited to members of this class. If you decide to join us, please take note of the following rules and procedures:
1.) If you want your work massacred, say so. In any case, all criticism must be constructive; every work will have its merits. You must point these out as well as the areas for improvement. If there is something you do not like in a work, you must point out why you do not like it, as well as try to offer suggestions for improvement or development.
2.) Each work posted here is the intellectual and creative property of its writer. Theft is not an option.
1.) Upon joining (or requesting admittance), post your name (first names will do) and course (assuming you're an Ateneo student). You will also have to cite the name of the person who is sponsoring your membership into the group. You may add any other bit of information you like (e.g. website, alternate blogsite, etc.)
2.) For posting original work:
- place under LJ-cut
- Subject Line should have the following --> Type: Title of Work: Username
- Any notation on the commenting style desired, how bloody you would like the criticism to be, etc., should be posted OUTSIDE the lj-cut, in the main body text.
3.) For posting non-original work:
- place under Lj-cut
- Subject Line should have the following --> Share: Type: Title of Work: Author
- Be sure to cite the source!
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