INKED VOICES–AN ONLINE WRITING CRITIQUE WEBSITE

 
Brooke McIntyre

Brooke McIntyre

If you are looking for the best online critique group—look no further! Inked Voices is the brainchild of Brooke McIntyre who is also a writer.

I have been a member of Inked Voices for a few years and am part of two groups. I am always astonished at how well the members in my groups write and how helpful their critiques are. Posting writing for a critique can be intimidating but not if at Inked Voices. It is private, friendly and one feels part of a community. The groups cover every type of writing. If you don’t see what you want, you can form your own group. This is a fabulous way to get back to writing while continuing with your busy life.

On Inked Voices, people will get personal help matching with a group (Brooke just created a page about this: https://www.inkedvoices.com/matching-with-a-writing-group/) People can create a group with their friends and keep it private, or get help recruiting like-minded writers. As members, they can join/start one or more groups. Lectures on craft are also included with people’s membership.

DEB LUND

Deb Lund

Deb Lund

Deb is not only a wonderful writer, she is also a terrific editor and teacher. She once helped me with a manuscript and it became unrecognizably better.

As Deb has a wonderfully warm personality, I am not surprised she's a popular presenter at schools, bookstores, libraries, and conferences. She is presently working on an upper middle-grade novel, an adult novel, and a book on teaching writing.

Deb is a creativity coach, writing teacher, and continuing education instructor for writing teachers at www.hol.edu. She's been a classroom and music teacher, a librarian, a school founding director. If you have the good fortune to work with her, you will find out she's generous and passionate about supporting writers, education, and the arts. Read an interview with Deb Lund I published here.