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Editors to Offer One-On-One Critique Sessions at 2017 CityLit Festival

Do you have an essay, memoir, story, or poetry sitting in a drawer or deep in your hard drive that shows promise? The 2017 CityLit Festival will offer One-on-One, 30-minute paid Critique Sessions, from 10 am to 12 Noon, with these expert editors:

Karen Houppert (Nonfiction. Memoir.)
Tim Wendel (Fiction. Nonfiction.)
Bret McCabe (Nonfiction. Memoir. Fiction.)
Lalita Noronha (Poetry. Fiction.)

Registration is Now Closed!

10:00 am (All Slots Filled)
10:30 am (All Slots Filled)
11:00 am (All Slots Filled)
11:30 am (All Slots Filled)

Registration is Required. The cost for the Critique Session is a $10, tax-deductible donation to CityLit.

To register, CLICK HERE:
1. Make a $10 donation
2. In the comment section, note that you are registering for the Critique Sessions
3. Be sure to note the Author and the Time Slot you prefer

(We will confirm by email and send you the author's contact information so you can send your writing in advice, if required… Brent McCabe and Lalita Noronha prefer manuscripts be sent in advance.)

If you have any questions about the Critique Sessions, call CityLit Executive Director Carla DuPree, 410-271-8793.

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