Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Last Call Logline Critique Round Submission Info

Last call, writers! There was enough interest, so here we go. Come get one more, FINAL look at your logline before Baker's Dozen submissions are due next week.

Please send submissions to ktcritiques [AT] gmail.com by 10 PM EDT Wednesday night, October 31. I will post them Thursday, November 1 at KTCROWLEY.COM for critiquing. I'll accept up to 30 entries.

In the subject, please state “BD LOGLINE” (and your original post number from past rounds here, if this is a revision).

Submit your logline just like when submitting to Miss Snark's First Victim. Your submission should look like this:

TITLE: Your Title Here
GENRE: Your Genre Here

(Logline here.)

A confirmation email will be sent, but it may not be right away. Only resend if you don't get one by the last hour of the submission window. Once I receive 30 entries, an email will be sent to notify you if you didn't make the cut, so get those loglines in quickly!

If you enter, please critique five other entries, so that it's fair for everyone (it's also a great learning opportunity to polish your critiquing skills before the big event). And spread the word please; the more critiques, the merrier! Let's help everyone involved get as much feedback as possible.

Good luck, everyone! Can't wait to read some more fantastic loglines.

P.S. If you're not a follower of my blog, I'd love it if you'd follow my journey and join the fun! There are several ways via the right-hand side of the screen. I try to offer open critique rounds monthly to help writers like you perfect your work. Our already amazing writing community only gets better when we help each other. :)


  1. Thanks for hosting a final round K.T.! It's great to have one last opportunity for a critique.

  2. Thanks again for this final round!
    Also very thankful I did not see the worst of the storm here in NYC and was lucky enough to have power restored this morning. Hope the rest of this blog community who got hit with Sandy are all safe, as well!

  3. You're most welcome! Happy to do so!

    Happy to hear you're safe, Jill. I hope others who weren't as lucky as we were recover quickly.