Hey everybody!

A little more than a year ago, myself and around 15 other people formed a critique group based on a thread that was posted in r/fantasywriters. We're all very happy with the dynamic we have going, and we've all become much stronger writers due to the supportive critique we provide for each other.

Over the course of the last few months, a lot of the group's members became inactive, and we've been whittled down to four active people. With that in mind, we're looking to add a few committed new people to the group to try and boost activity.

We have a Slack workspace we use to chat about craft and structure and whatnot, and a we usually share our work through Google Docs because it makes line commenting easier.

We're all fairly intermediate-level unpublished writers with day jobs and uni classes, so we operate on a very loose schedule of "post a chapter/scene, and we'll critique it within a few days." We generally write adult-oriented urban and epic fantasy, as well as some short fiction and sci-fi.

Here's a link to my most recent submission to the group for reference if anybody is unsure if they'll be a good fit, or want to see what we normally do for line comments. We'd like to keep the group relatively small and serious, so I'd like to ask that if anybody wants to join, do the same and attach a Google Doc writing sample so I can take a look and make sure you'll be a good fit (apologies if that breaks any rules!).

Otherwise, thanks everybody and have a good day/night!

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