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At 04:18 PM 10/21/96 -0700, you wrote:
>It sounds great, but you will be lonely. I did somewhat the same thing.
> I had more writing experience but very little contact with other tech
>writers--except when I took a certificate course. Now I'm working on my
>own but thinking I might have benefited from a group environment for a
>while. I love my new job, but am wondering if the quality of my docs is
>suffering by (lack of) comparison. I also wonder how productive I
>In fact, I'd been considering seeing if other lone TWs feel the same way
>and are interested in establishing some sort of critique group. I bet
>there's other lone TWs in B.C. you could contact--have you looked into
>STC up there? (I did this with fiction writing, and our little group
>has been going strong for two and a half years.)
STC is starting up a Lone Writers PIC (Professional Interest Committee).
Contact carla -at- dancik -dot- com for more information.
kippi -at- eco -dot- twg -dot- com
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