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Hey there fellas, noob here.
I just got into Mr. Palahniuk's work, etc etc. You know how noob threads generally work.

But I come to you all with a question: Is it generally frowned upon to post pieces of your own writing in non- Writer's workshop areas?

I ask this because I would like to have a little bit of feedback from a community of writers I really dig a lot, and not just English teachers. But at the same time, I have only one piece of work I would feel I could share, and it is really short. I feel like joining the Writer's Workshop would be a step too large for me, because I am hardly a serious writer. But I was just wondering if it were possible in some way to get a little feedback in a "baby pool" type of area, and not waste peoples' time on a non-paying member.
Or perhaps it is too late, and I just wasted a perfectly good thread.
Well, too late now I guess, but thanks for reading anyway!