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    The Advanced Review Process (Story Submission)

    Discussion in 'The Art of Critique' started by Raven, Sep 15, 2007.

    Anyone wishing to submit a story for the Advanced Review Process
    Must submit their stories here. One at a time will go through the process and the piece will be chosen by Myself Cogito or Lpspider

    All entries will be given the chance.


    The story word limit is between: 1,500 to 8,500 with a leniency of 5% under and over.
    Please state the word count in brackets at the top of the story.



    Thank you.



    ~Raven.
     
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    *gets his submission in early*

    This one: Writing Forums
     
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    Right behind you.

    Untitled (1,800 Words)
     
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    Submissions for the Advanced Review Process 1 begin beneath this post. A message will be left here once the selection process has concluded for this round. If you are unsure on the updated rules, make sure you read my post here.
     
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    Just a reminder:
    This is to keep the entries long enough that plot and character development can be relevant, yet not so long that the reviewers with real lives cannot go into sufficient depth.
     
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    *Shrugs*
    I'll repost I guess.

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    I'll take a look at this for you.
     
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    I would like to enter my story for the review. I can email it as I have made several changes to it. Should I email it now or wait?
     
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    I would like to enter my story for review.
     
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    The ARP isn't really taking place at the present time. There are logistics to work out still, and the current reviewing team is a bit short on reviewing time lately.
     
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    Ah, okay. Any idea when everything will be back to normal?
     
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    The ARP has never been active. It's more a question of whether we will find a way to make it happen, and whether it will really be worth the difficulties it will entail.

    Again, it was designed as a process to improve reviewing methods, not as a service for its own sake.
     
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    Uhm...I'm new here.
    So if I want my story reviewed I submit it here?
    It's nothing special, though, just an experiment.
    I always write by myself so...
    Oh, well, might as well get it a try.
    So, how does it work? How do I submit a story? I'm a bit confused...
     
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    No. The Advanced Review Process is not currently active, nor was it ever intended for the purpose of general review. It's purpose is/will be to find ways to improve the reviewing process itself.

    Works for review are to be posted in the Review Room forums, but before you can post your own work for review, you must post two or more reviews of other people's works. Please make an honest effort in those reviews - not only are you more likely to receive more in-depth reviews in return, you will also benefit from the practice in critical reading you get, and can apply it to improve your own work.

    I am closing the Advanced Reviewing Process threads at this time in order to avoid further confusion. When and if the ARP becomes feasible, the threads can then be reopened.

    This is causing considerabel confusion,
     
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    I agree.

    We have many things to deal with at this time and the ARP is unfortunately not at the top of our priorities. But will re-open this thread at a later date this year. But for now I totally agree with my good friend Cogito.
     
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