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How is this forum any different then creators corner?

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This is a critique co-op with fairly well enforced rules. We also use email, not posting.

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Hello @Ark1002! While you're right that there are similarities between the two subforums, in that people post their works to both places for critique, Reading Excuses here is very different as well. Firstly, Reading Excuses is for writing only. Unlike Creator's Corner, there is no artwork or other non-writing sorts of pieces here.

As @kais mentioned, we have a somewhat stricter set of rules, and also actively discourage posters from putting up their work directly in the forum. This is because we're geared towards writers who intend their works for professional publication, and posting the entire piece (or even just significant parts like a chapter) to a public forum like this can interfere with "first publication rights" that are very valuable to publishers. The critiques here tend to be more detailed than those in the Creator's Corner and tend to be focused on shaping a work for publication, as well.

If this is something that sounds interesting to you, I encourage you to check out our welcome and information post and contact @Silk and @Robinski to be added to our mailing list. Do note that we would like you to offer a critique before submitting work for others to analyze, and that what makes a good critique here is somewhat different from a crit in the Creator's Corner. Feel free to check out some of the critique posts in the forum to get a feel for what you can expect if you submit a work for critique with us. 

Hope this helps!

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