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Friday, October 28 • 6:00pm - 6:50pm
A Gentle Critique of Critique Groups

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A good critique group can be incredibly valuable to a writer, but they aren’t for everyone. How can you find or organize good ones, and recognize what kind is right for you—if any?

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Emily Mah (EM Tippetts)

Emily Mah (aka EM Tippetts, the chick lit author) is the author of the books Restless Earth, Blessing Sky, and Cleansing Fire, and video blogs for Black Gate. She is the owner of EM Tippetts Book Designs, which provides editing, formatting, and cover design services for indie authors and publishers.

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Carolyn Kay

Carolyn Kay is a fae changeling, struggling to make it in the mortal realms as a meager scientist and writer. Her stories often involve the inanimate, which only she seems able to see as living, breathing creatures. You can catch up on her shenanigans at bewitchinghips.com.
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Edward Bryant

Edward Bryant has spent more than four decades as an award-winning writer of fiction and non-fiction, reviewer, teacher, screenwriter, editor, mentor, and friend of MileHiCon. A recipient of two Nebula Awards, he received the American Mystery Award for Best Critic in 1989. His oft-reprinted “While She Was Out” was adapted both for Lifetime Network (with Stephanie Zimbalist) and as a feature film with Oscar winner Kim Basinger. In... Read More →
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F. P. Dorchak

Author, Wailing Loon
F. P. (Frank) Dorchak writes gritty, realistic paranormal fiction that delves into the supernatural, the unexplained, and the metaphysical. Frank is published in the U.S., Canada, and the Czech Republic with short stories, non-fiction articles, and five novels, Voice, Psychic, ERO (semi-autobiographical), The Uninvited, and Sleepwalkers. He has short stories in the The You Belong Collection – Writings and Illustrations by Longmont Area... Read More →
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Hilari Bell

Hilari Bell writes SF and fantasy for kids and teens, and with 22 books published she thinks it should be getting easier, but it never does. Could that have something to do with her? Surely not.


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