No one likes to hear criticism, but all writers need a critical friend in order to develop their work. That’s why an essential part of being a writer is being able to give and receive feedback. But how do you frame criticism so it’s useful? And what do you do with criticism when you receive it? Iain Rowan, from Sunderland’s Holmeside Writers, has some advice.
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