For those who have requested membership I had a computer crash and lost all the files.
We are implementing a new schedule so please
from now on contact the moderating owner of the critique group that has an opening for members.
Their name and email address is found in the GROUP OPENINGS section below.
Writers who are interested in joining this community and have their fellow peers critique their work in a small and friendly group -please follow these guidelines:
on the subject heading place 'Muse Membership' . In the body of your email, please provide the answers to the following questions:
1- YOUR NAME
2- YOUR WRITING GENRE
3- WRITING STYLE: FLASH FICTION? SHORT STORIES? NOVELS?
4- BRIEF BIO (IF AND WHERE YOU HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED)
5- PLEASE SEND IN A SAMPLE OF YOUR WRITING, NO MORE THAN A FEW PARAGRAPHS.
Submit your membership request to the moderating owner found in the GROUP OPENINGS section to the right.
Openings are updated often so please bookmark and come back.
The MuseItUp Club startup date was September 6th, 2004.
There is now a small waiting period for all new members. We will get to you ASAP with a group in your genre.
These are the genres of the various groups in The MuseItUp Club. There will be only five members per group plus the moderator.
anything (other than hardcore sexual content) that does not fit in with the other genre groups, including nonfiction.
can be anywhere from early readers to YA.
We welcome horror, paranormal, vampires, werewolves, anything that involves chilling a reader.
The demand for publishable flash fiction by online and print magazines continues to grow. These magazines offer exceptionally fast responses, and they are the quickest routes to publication.
Consequently, the MuseItUp Club has created a Flash Fiction Group to help members develop and exercise flash fiction writing skills. Our goal is to help members produce quality manuscripts for publication and writing contests. To reach that goal, members’ writing skills will be continuously exercised.
OUR FLASH FICTION GROUP IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. PLEASE COME BACK WHEN WE OPEN TO NEW MEMBERS AGAIN.
this can entail police/detective, murder mysteries, thrillers, espionage
SCI-FI - FANTASY
Areas a small critique group will help you in:
~ OPENING HOOK
~ WORD USAGE
The overall structure of your story will be analyzed.
There is a waiting period at the moment with several groups. Below you will find the immediate availability for members in the following groups:
TO APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP PLEASE CONTACT:
To the left you'll find the details to send Mitch.
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