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Thread: Critiquing

  1. #1
    Faye Hartleben
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    Critiquing

    If I submit a poem or portion of one, or an article, etc., to an on-line critiquing group/discussion group would it be considered publishing that work or a portion thereof? Would it make a difference in what rights I now have to sell?



  2. #2
    Carol O
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    Re: Critiquing

    Depends entirely upon the group in question. If the work is posted publicly then, yes, there can be "publication" issues. A savvy group will keep the work and critiques behind passwords for that reason.

  3. #3
    Faye Hartleben
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    Re: Critiquing

    So if I join a critique group at this site, for instance, which requires a password to enter discussion, etc., it would not be as if published? Does the same hold true for readings at writers club meetings?
    Faye Hartleben

  4. #4
    Carol O
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    Re: Critiquing

    By "behind passwords" I meant that one would need to register to even <u>see</u> the posts. For example: <http://www.critters.org/>. Even if Critters isn't the kind of group you're looking for, be sure to read all the info on critiques and critiquing.

    Posts here at WN are not only public, per the TOS they can become property of WN.

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