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Middlebury NEYWC?

kitkat522kitkat522 Registered User Posts: 137 Junior Member
Hi there. I'm wondering about the New England Young Writers' Conference from people who've been there or who have experience with it. I'm really interested in it and in writing, but I'm also wary because I got accepted even though I didn't think my sample was that good and because they only want 1 page of writing to workshop for the whole time (3-4 days). I know there's free writing time, but considering all of my fiction pieces are longer than one page, how valuable was it for you to only be workshopping a small piece? Or were there opportunities for more spontaneous critique among other students? Thanks!
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