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- A community that helps authors launch their books and careers. Includes author directory, publishers and editing, critique and cover designers.
Backspace: The Writers Place
- An international online writers organization. Offers discussion forums, an online guest speaker program and articles.
- Offers writers the ability to be accepted as members of a global community that represents "The Voice of Women on the Web. " Both men and women may be editors here.
- A creative writing site based in the United Kingdom. Meet other writers, review their work, submit your own and receive reviews. Contains information on writing competitions.
- A free online writing community with collaboration tools.
- A free collaborative writing workshop for all genres.
- A community to share writing, connect with other readers, and discover new stories and authors.
Forward Motion for Writers
- Articles, workshops, free writers' community, publication how-to's and discussions, free e-books and bi-monthly e-zine. From full-time novelist Holly Lisle.
- A guide that is added to, updated and revised by the people who use it, founded in 1999 by Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy author Douglas Adams.
- Offers a lifetime membership that gives access to a writers' bookshop, forum and writing, word processing and computer help.
- A community for reading, writing and discussing stories written by members. Download movellas as ebooks, free.
- A magazine and community of bloggers, writers and artists who join to read, write, share their work and play.
- Create, publish and share your writing, collaborate with other authors, and connect with readers.
Scrawl: The Writer's Asylum
- Provides writing workshops, story critiques, publication and support information, weekly flash fiction workshops, e-zine publication, and discussion forums.
- An online writing group and writing workshop. Members can give critiques and feedback, join interest groups, post in forums and enter contests. Offers free and paid membership plans.
- Private community where writers post their work to receive feedback from other writers and readers.
- A writing community dedicated to help writers share their work. Includes a forum and original writing by members.
- Tropes are devices and conventions that a writer can reasonably rely on as being present in the audience members' minds and expectations. This wiki is a catalog of the tricks of the trade for writing fiction. Includes most media.
- A writing community based in the United Kingdom, with tips, forum and writing courses.
- Creative writing community for writers and poets. Share poems and short-stories.
- An online community for writers. Create your own author profile, post your writing, get reviews, join writing groups, and befriend other authors.
- An online community dedicated to fostering writing skills. With a membership anyone may read, write, rate, and review works. Free and paid options.
- Create writing, read, rate and critique others and get help and advice from other members. Free and paid memberships.
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