I don't know about you but I wrestle with how much description to use in a given passage. I want my readers to see what I'm trying to describe and in order to do that I have to use just the right amount of words in the right way. Too much and my readers will skip right over my words. To little and my tale will be vague and insubstantial. The trick is figuring out how much is just right, using words to their maximum advantage, and placement.
Your task, should you choose to accept it, is to send me 250 words or so of description you'd like critiqued. Maybe it's a description of your main character. Maybe it's a description of a fight. Or maybe it's the landscape your characters are in. Whatever it is I'd like to read it. Just let me know whether you want to be anonymous or not and send your submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
And remember, if you don't send me anything I'll have to subject you to something of mine and I'd really rather read something of yours. Really.