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Writer's Wednesday Critique Group Call For Submissions | Professional critical review

Submission is now open for the first prose meeting of the Milwaukee Artist Resource Network's Writer's Wednesday, September 26th. (7pm at 5407 W. Vliet Street, Milwaukee, WI, 53208.)

Submit any piece of your writing that you think could use professional opinion. Constructive group criticism is what this is about.

To submit you must follow these guidelines.

1. Are you a current MARN member? If yes, continue on to the next steps. If not become one here. If you would like to volunteer your way to acquiring membership, email liz@artsinmilwaukee.org.

2. Okay members, now you select the piece or pieces. You must limit the total page count to 10 double-spaced 12 pt Times New Roman font. We will not consider any more than 10 pages out of you. (You'd have to pay me for that.)

3. Email your work to writers@artsinmilwaukee.org. Why? We don't want to waste time during the meeting to print up your work and this way we know about how many people to expect.

4. Deadline is always midnight of the Tuesday before Writer's Wednesday. In this case your deadline is 12pm, Tuesday, September 25th.

5. Then show up at 7pm. 5407 W. Vliet Street, Milwaukee, WI, 53208. (414) 732-2121 Please adults only. Please take your children to one of the many other billion groups for them. Non-members are welcome to attend but their work will not be read.

Questions may be asked and I will answer them. notanja@gmail.com

Everybody, everybody, everybody wants to be a cat!

- Anja Notanja Sieger, Literary Programming Chair of MARN

Who is Anja Notanja? A Wisconsin-based Dragon Cutter, Performance Artist, Writer, Illustrator and Humorist. She graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2009 on the Dean's List and with two majors: Printmaking and Creative Writing. Since then she has spent time doing travel writing in France, worked in a puppet theater, won an Ex-Fabula story slam and competed at the "All-Star" level. My work has most recently been published online by Clever Magazine and The Cowbird Daily Story. Currently I am working on a a novel. It is contemporary interpretation of Homer's Odyssey and involves bicycles, anarchists and Kenosha.

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