The VWC provides free peer feedback on writing for Antioch University students. We support your writing process from start to finish!
- Outlining and Planning: Submit your outlines and notes for feedback on ideas.
- Major Revision: Submit your initial drafts, and even incomplete drafts, for big picture feedback on thesis, structure, organization, integration of sources, and so on.
- Minor Revision: Submit your 2nd or 3rd drafts to work on paragraph structure, clarity, conciseness, syntax, and other sentence-level feedback.
- Style and Polish: Submit your near-final drafts for suggestions about APA or MLA, word choice, grammar, and other procedural edits.
To take advantage of peer feedback from the VWC, just click the login link for your campus or program under “Submit Your Writing” on the right. Also check out “About the VWC” on the left to learn more about the feedback process.
Lauren Kinney joined the VWC team this past Summer, and she is about to enter her fourth semester of the MFA in creative writing at Antioch University Los Angeles. In her most recent semester, she was working on translating fiction from Spanish to English, and wrote a critical paper about the Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector’s short stories. She is participating in NaNoWriMo 2016, a writing challenge in honor of National Novel Writing Month in which participants draft a novel of at least 50,000 words in November.