Discussion in 'The Art of Critique' started by Keith Trimm, Jan 1, 2013.
Reviews are a reflection of the reviewer, not the artist.
And this is why critiquing is always more valuable to the careful critiquer than to the writer whose work is critiqued. The critiquer sees the work being critiqued, but invariably can relate what he or she picks out of the critiqued writing and applies it to his or her own.
I'm disappointed, I was expecting a good stock tip.
who do we take it to, at the bank?... teller?... manager?... security guard?
The teller, because you won't find a shower there.
(thanks for the setup )
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