An Online Community is a virtual community that exists online and generally offers members a variety of systems/ software to communicate and share information within a social or professional group. This might include weblogs, bulletin boards, chat rooms and forums. This category is NOT for writing platforms, sites which encourage submissions from writers (for critique/ etc.) but do not pay writers. Anything which does not offer a resource for writers to exchange information, ideas, tips, rants should be listed in Online Writing.
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A social community site for authors, writers, poets, publishers and book readers that features blogs, forums, videos, chat and useful resources.
A community that helps authors launch their books and careers. Includes author directory, publishers and editing, critique and cover designers.
Beta Readers' Hub
A source blog for beta readers and for writers to find beta readers.
Free resource for writers of all genres to find co-writers for collaborative writing projects.
A free collaborative writing workshop for all genres.
A community built thesaurus to help writers find inspirational descriptions. Descriptions can be creative, taking the form of anything from a string of single words, to metaphors, simile, poetry or a short paragraph.
A community (chat, groups and forums) to share writing, connect with other writers, and discover new stories and authors.
The Literary Net
A social network for writers to promote their writing, network with others, and stay informed of literary events and news.
A community for writers featuring online writing classes, workshops, and columns, articles, and reviews.
A magazine and community of bloggers, writers and artists who join to read, write, share their work and play.
Our Write Side
A community built by writers for writers with advice, lessons, resources, services and writing prompts.
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.
Silver Pen Writers' Association
An organization that encourages and fosters creative writing careers by providing peer review workshops and discussion forums.
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.
WOW! Women On Writing
Workshops, articles and contests.
Writers dedicated to helping writers improve their writing and editing skills, find inspiration, and find help working through writer's block.
A logo for writers to put on their sites. Not quite a webring.
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.
Community site for writers.
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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