The End of Writerly Silence: On a New (to Me) Workshop Model

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:
By Kailyn McCord I grew up in what I’d call a traditional workshop. Non-genre specific, usually involving between six and twelve people, this model will be familiar to any in the capital-C capital-W Creative Writing world. In it, the writer under critique listens, verboten from speaking, while peers…