Writing groups are considered by many emerging and established writers as an extraordinarily important way to maintain one’s writing practice.
As a writer, a writing group can expose you to the work and creative processes of others, give you deadlines to keep you moving along with your work, act as a space for creative exploration, and provide a forum to gain feedback on your writing.
But how do you establish a Writing Group? Where do you find other writers to work with? And how can a writing group support your own writing?