"How to Cope with Critiquing" by Richard Hamper - this link did not work the last time I checked. I include it here nevertheless in the hope that the author will post it again.
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Cheney, Theodore A. Rees. Getting the Words Right: How to Rewrite, Edit & Revise. Cincinnati. Writer's Digest Books, 2005.
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Leland, Christopher T. The Creative Writer's Style Guide.
Writer's Digest Books, Cincinnati, 2002.
Madden, David. Revising Fiction: A Handbook for Writers. New York. Plume, 1988.
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This essay was originally written for the reviews' exercise at "There and Back Again", a writers' workshop for Tolkien fanfiction that I moderate with my friend, Aranel Took. Members and friends told me that they found this essay useful and encouraged me to revise it and to publish it. I hope that you will find this essay interesting and helpful, too.
If you have any questions, please feel free to visit my TFF journal, leave a comment or mail me privately (my e-mail address is juno at magic dot ms)!
Last but not least I would like to thank everyone who helped me write and revise this essay: especially Aranel Took, Fanged Geranium and Rous.