You might do better just to ask if anyone on this listeserve
would be interested in reading your work, then exchange your piece and notes
etc. by email.
The library critique group usually has 4 or five people wanting to read work,
which limits reading to about 10-15 minutes each.
Quoting woestenburgben <littlebrother@...
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, LP wordsolutions
> <lpwordsolutions@...> wrote:
> > Write @ the Library critique group
> > Wed. Aug. 8, 6:45-8:45Newton Library, 13795-70 Ave, Surrey
> > Everyone welcome.
> > Bring 4 copies of anything you'd like to have critiqued.
> > $7 (or less) per person, covers room rental and refreshment costs.
> > ---------------------------------------------------- Lois J.
> I have a first draft of something that is huuugely long--we're
> talking 19,700 words here (that's about 45 pages or so) and I'd like
> to bring it and have someone read it just so that I know I'm not
> wasting a lot of time, or paper. Of course, time I have a lot of now
> since I'm on strike, but paper I'm starting to run short of.
> Ben Woestenburg
> Peterson, Writer~Fundraiser~Consultant~Workshop Presenter
> www.LPwordsolutions.comBlogging at http://lpwords.blogspot.com/
> > Check out my latest article for The Writer Magazine's August
> issue: 'May I Put You on Hold - dealing with interruptions'.
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