The Write Stuff
Group leader: Jill Kassander
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date this form was submitted: 8/1/17
When, where, and how often the group meets: To Be Determined
Members in group: Just me so far
Open to new members? Absolutely, otherwise I’m a party of one
What to bring to meetings: Your enthusiasm and willingness to help/support fellow writers
I live in Winter Garden and would like to start a monthly (could be more often) writing critique/support group. Currently I work most days so I am looking for people who might be able/willing to meet in the evening.
O-town East Lit
Group leader: Danette Haworth
Contact info: email@example.com 407-810-4256 (text preferred)
Date this form was submitted: June 6, 2017
When, where, and how often the group meets:
Twice a month (day TBD), plus literary field trips. The inaugural meeting will take place at Eastside Bistro in Avalon Park.
Members in group: Just starting out
Open to new members? This is a new group, so yes!
What to bring to meetings: Appetite for good food and literary chat.
I live on the most eastern edge of Orlando and would like to form a group in my area (Stoneybrook/Avalon Park). Not the usual critique group, but a group that meets casually a couple times a month to eat/talk and sometimes attend literary events downtown.
Our focus will include food, fun, and all forms of writing for children and young adults, including poetry and novels-in-verse.
Group leader: Veronica Boaz, Chair
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date this form was submitted: 1/12/15
When, where, and how often the group meets: 2-4 pm, Second Saturday of each month, Dr. Phillips Library Community Room, 7255 Della Drive, Orlando, FL 32819
Members in group: 10
Open to new members? Yes, please contact for information
What to bring to meetings: 10 page submissions on a rotating basis
Focus/Genres: Middle Grade, Young Adult, Romance, Mystery, Thriller, Poetry
*Dollops & Splodges (MG/YA Critique Group)
*The Central Florida Young Adult Writer’s Group in Seminole County.