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Peer-Review Groups

Peer-review groups provide a safe and supportive environment to share work in progress and receive feedback at any stage of writing. Joining a peer review group can boost your progress by providing structure and motivation for your writing. In this small community of other writers, you’ll learn from the writing strategies of the professional fascinator and your peers, as well as improve the clarity of your work based on the feedback that you get.

Peer-Review Lunch Group for Creative Writers

Writing creatively just for yourself? Planning on submitting to the Ilona Karmel Writing Prizes?
The MIT Writing and Communication Center is starting up a peer-review group where you would meet weekly with other creative writers in a safe space to give and receive feedback, inspiration, and encouragement. All genres are welcome. This group is facilitated by Susan Spilecky, WCC Lecturer and Writing Specialist.

WHEN: Every Monday, starting February 26th, 2024, 1-2pm (EST)
WHERE: 
E18-240h (50 Ames St., 2nd floor)
NOTE: The group will be limited to 4-7 individuals.

Bring a brown bag lunch and your writing project.