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  • 50 Megs: Writers Guild Webring - Writers of all kind: poets, ghost writers, story writers, writer services.
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  • Accomplished Women Writers - A group of accomplished women writers helping each other with tips and hints in becoming published. A site where you can learn to organize a family, household and writing career.
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  • Amateur Press Association Web Ring - The only requirement for APA Net Ring membership is that your site be related somehow to an Amateur Press Association.
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  • Black Folks Who Write - A webring open to all African Americans who showcase their work on the web.
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  • Crescent Moon Writer's Ring - For those who write novels, short stories, poetry, articles, own an e-zine, or want to promote their published works.
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  • Drinkers with a Writing Problem - This ring is for all those who struggle with the written word. You can be an author, a publisher or an electronic zine. We want to be able to picture the amount of sleepless nights, hair loss and alcohol it took to write that masterpiece.
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  • The Feminine Author - Webring for women writers on the web.
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  • Grammar Avengers - For elitist grammar snobs. Must consistently demonstrate a command of the English language, including proper spelling and punctuation.
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  • Internet Writers' Guild - This webring brings together the authors of web published art and literature, and promotes their work to the internet community at large.
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  • Internet Writers' Ring - This webring is designed as a means of linking those sites on the web that are related to all aspects of reading and writing, poetry and stories.
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  • Journalism and Research Resources - Gathering bookmarks posted on the websites of professional journalists and researchers. Research sites, sources, employment news, industry gossip, news, publications and writing links.
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  • Kitten's Writing Guild Ring - Created for writers of all genres. Member sites eligible to win site of the month award given by Ringmistress.
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  • Letter Zed - Celebrate the True North take on the English language. For blogs and journals using Canadian English.
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  • Mystic Tale Spinners - A webring for beginning fantasy writers who have novels, short stories and/or poetry they either wish to publish or merely display for all to see.
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  • Not-A-Webring - Loosely connected group of writers who keep online journals and consider webrings an imperfect solution.
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  • The Poetry Empire Webring - A webring of poetry and writing sites.
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  • Spellage - For online writers who care about proper spelling in their journals and blogs.
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  • Unknown Authors - This ring is for anyone who has published a book, and has their own webpage. Unknown authors trying to get their names out there.
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  • Women Poets of the Web - A ring of sites for women writers and artists of the web.
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  • Words WebRing - Connecting writers and those dedicated to creative writing.
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  • Writer's Anonymous - A logo for writers to put on their sites. Not quite a webring.
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  • A Writer's Life Webring - Writers who are dedicated to their craft and interested in all aspects of the writing process.
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  • The Writer's Ring - Open to websites and personal homepages dedicated to the art of writing. Poetry, fiction, non-fiction, essays, screenplays.
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  • Writing, Editing, Poetry and Written Art - Open to all kinds of fiction and non-fiction writers, copyeditors, ghostwriters, graphics designers, artists, CAD engineers and other professionals, lyricists and music.
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  • The Written Remains - A webring for writers' groups and guilds, literary and writer's organizations, on-line critique groups and writing resource sites.
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