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Alistair Rennie – Attending Milford 2006

I attended Milford shortly after my first publication came out in John Klima’s now legendary “Electric Velocipede”. This was in 2006, a year when things, in writing terms, started happening for me. Foremost among these was Milford. I submitted the … Continue reading

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How to Critique Effectively and Influence Your Fellow Writers – By Nancy Jane Moore

            My favorite writing workshop story comes from my time at Clarion West. We were critiquing a story of mine, and one of the students — let’s call him X — was ripping it to shreds. He got to the … Continue reading

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Blogging Live from Milford – Day Seven

Friday 16th September 2016 Jacey Bedford writes: We finished all the critiquing yesterday, fuelled by chocolate, so today is our leisure/rest/fun day. The consensus is that we take a couple of hours to catch up with email/life/tidying up stories and … Continue reading

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Blogging Live from Milford – Day Four

Tuesday 13th September 2016 Jacey Bedford writes: And the rain it raineth every day. It’s very British to be obsessed by the weather, but here at Trigonos there’s an awful lot of it. The view from the house is not … Continue reading

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