Tag Archives: Writing Resources

Creative writing is like a box of chocolates: how to “git” what you want from that box

Victoria is a writer after my own heart. She captures my feelings about writing so well: “Maybe the discoveries, the uncertainties, and the twists and turns involved in writing a novel help us deal with the uncertainties of life.” She teaches me about writing through her blog, making me think hard and productively about why […]
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Blog tournament

Check out John Hewitt’s blog tournament on the Writer’s Resource Center. The tournament started in March and you can read all the posts in the archive March Writing Blog Madness. I do regret that I stumbled across this tournament only today, especially since it’s been going on since March. So many blogs, so little time! […]
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Freelance Writer’s Association

The FWA is “the world’s largest, free, online writing resource database,” providing free writing resources and writing links in a database filled with international writing web sites. FREE registration with FWO will get you some nifty software, and more gifts are provided if you donate. You can also subscribe to periodic emails that provide a […]
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Duotrope Digest

Duotrope Digest is a database of over 1,950 current markets for short fiction, poetry, and novels/collections. You can scour the net universe for the most current online and print writing markets using Duotrope’s high-powered search engine. Duotrope also updates their database several times a day, letting you know which markets have closed, are still current, […]
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“The Zoetrope Virtual Studio is a powerful collaborative tool for filmmakers, writers and other artists. Each of our workshops is a community where artists view, review and discuss one another’s work.” Membership is FREE, and you can choose from screenwriting to flash fiction workshops to participate in. As with any great workshop, you must first […]
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