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  • 101 Best Websites for Writers: From Writers Digest.
  • Absolute Write: Screenwriting, freelance writing, novels, playwriting, non-fiction, and technical/specialty writing are covered. How-to articles and interviews with working writers, producers, publishers, and agents.
  • Article Announce: Designed to get writers published and assist e-zine publishers in finding the articles they need.
  • Aspiring Writers: Dedicated to helping all aspiring writers of all genre's. Offer links to many on line resourses and information about poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and other genre's.
  • Aspiring Writers: Links to publishers, self-publishing software and information.
  • Author Christine Goldbeck's Virtual Home: Author offers advice, information and reviews for writers and readers.
  • Author's Promo Page: This page is for the authors who want some places to start promoting their works. This page contains information on sites who advertise for the author, accept reviews from authors and perform other beneficial services.
  • Authorlink: An electronic clearing house and on-line information service for writers, literary agents, editors and publishers.
  • Authors World: Web hosting services for authors, as well as bulletin boards, support, FAQ and free pages.
  • Aylad's Writer's Group: Features links to resources on publishing, poetry, contests, screenwriting, paying markets, fiction, children's authors, and general information.
  • Binnacle Press: Promotion and showcase of novels, ebooks and poetry free of charge. Specialising in promoting the work of new, recently published writers (self-published included).
  • Bisoncreek.com: Writing resources directory with free content articles.
  • Bloomington Web Guide Writers Resources: Freelance writers markets, ezines and other links of interest to writers.
  • Brian Larson's E-Publishing Links: Categorized links to E-Publishers, E-Book news, organizations and stores.
  • Burning Void Writers' Resources: Essays on writing, book reviews and recommendations. Maintained links.
  • Caelin-day.com: A search engine for online magazines. Also a directory of writers resources.
  • Cafe Author: Dozens of links and references for all sorts of authors. Have you been surfing the web trying to find a site with some decent places for authors to go? Enjoy and good luck.
  • Carrotwriter.com: Articles, ezines and links for writers of several genres, both non-fiction and fiction.
  • Cats and Jackets Writer's Resources: A collection of helpful writer's resources on the web.
  • Citation Resources for Writers: Resource for the Canadian publishing industry. Lists of publishing resources on the Internet, including information for designers, editors and writers. Lists of publishers, publishing-related organizations.
  • Dictionary.com: Writing Resources: Free online English dictionary and reference guide. List of sites writers can use.
  • Fiction Writer's Super Site: The site offers a large number of links for fiction writers.
  • For Writers: Markets, conferences and more sites for and about writing.
  • FullWoW: Welcome to the ultimate online creative `resource` where you can find anything from photographers to writers to musicians.
  • Garbl's Writing Resources Online: Annotated directory of web sites that focus on English grammar, style, usage, plain language, words, reference sources, online writing experts, word play and books on writing.
  • Gebbie Press: Download their database of addresses for TV and weekly newspapers free, then print them out on mailing labels to use when querying the papers.
  • Golden Quill Sites: Visit the top 50 most popular pages for writers.
  • Indispensable Writing Resources: Links to all sorts of reference material, writing labs, web search engines, and writing-related Web sites.
  • Infocentral: Writers: Features a listing of writers' websites, mailing lists, and recommendations for writers' books.
  • Internet Resources: Sal Towse maintains a classified directory of links for writers: research, markets, writing exercises, writing for children, genre fiction, copyright law, newsletters, journalism, search engines, grammar, and editing.
  • Internet for Writers: Contains links for writers and editors.
  • It's Only Ink: Writer's resources, lists of authors, publishers, book reviewers, poetry authors, illustrators, works by Jennifer L. B. Leese.
  • Jacqui Bennett Writers Bureau: Resources for writers in all genres. Markets, competitions, editing and critiquing services.
  • John Hewitt's Writer's Resource Center: The Center provides job listings, articles, and links for writers.
  • Links for Writers: From James Stevens-Arce.
  • List-Resources.com: A directory of Internet resources for email list owners and ezine publishers and writers, featuring areas on promotion, moderation, advertising and revenue, and content.
  • LitDoc: Workshop articles, writing tips. Christian writing links, research links, writing software books and booklets.
  • Literary Links and Charms: Resources on writing skills, publishers, agents, promotion tips, literature, research and reference, mysteries, scriptwriting.
  • Ms. Smith's Writing Resources: Variety of links to helpful online writing resources.
  • Novelpage.com: Writing resources including publishers, courses, conferences and workshops. Also collaborative fiction contests, seeking original manuscripts and screenplay submissions.
  • OSCWeb.com: The Other Side of Creativity is for writers, artists, collectors, and other creative folks who are looking for resources they need to renew their creativity.
  • One Woman's Writing Retreat: A virtual retreat for those who read, research, or write.
  • Online Resources for Writers: This list is put together by Professor of English/ Humanities Charles Darling, at Capital Community-Technical College.
  • Penultimate Films and Features: Site has a list of resources useful to writers, poets and scriptwriters.
  • Preditors and Editors: A guide to publishers and writing services for writers; includes resources on agents, editors, publishers, jobs available, workshops, warnings, and contests.
  • Readers' and Writers' Resource Page: Directory of links.
  • Research Haven: On-line dictionaries and thesaurus, term papers, journals, style guides, tips and writing tutorials to make your essay writing easier.
  • Resource Central: A directory of links and resources for writers.
  • Resources for Writers: Categories include publishers, agents, writers organizations, marketing, job opportunities, and writing for specific genres. From ManuscriptEditing.com.
  • Resources for Writers and Writing Instructors: By Jack Lynch, Rutgers University.
  • SPAWN: Resources for writers, artists, publishers. Also has pages with resources for researchers and publishers.
  • SWIM 2000: General interest links for writers.
  • Sandy's Writing Resources: Links to resources, references and dictionaries; chat rooms, writing markets, newsletters.
  • SharpWriter.Com: Electronic book resources; dictionaries, encyclopedias, grammar, usage, style tips; markets for fiction and nonfiction; free fiction; quotations, thesaurus, magazines, books.
  • Simahoyo's Writers World: Resources for writers of everything from web pages to fiction. Grammar, maps, style, dictionaries, links to sites on history, weapons, clothes, cooking, firestarting, characters names, 2 search engines.
  • Soul Food Cafe: This cafe is designed to feed the muse and fuel creative inspiration.
  • Storyform: Writers resources, reference and web searches, research tools, links for writers.
  • Sweethearts at the Editors Desk: Personally evaluated web sites of publishers and their guidelines for writers.
  • TRS - Resources for The Hopeful Writer: Writing, poetry, and reading resources
  • TTC Publishing Services: Directory of links for writers.
  • The Electric Eclectic: Links for writers and lovers of words and language.
  • The Greenlight Zone: Resource on the web for writers, screenwriters, agents, directors and other professionals in the entertainment and publishing industries.
  • The New Writers' Network: A directory of UK literary agents and publishers, maintained, updated and graded by writers themselves, plus writing articles.
  • The Online Communicator: Professionals in all aspects of communications will find this site chock-full of useful files, links.
  • The Online Writery: Reference resources and cyber tutorials offered from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
  • The Readers and Writers' Cookie Jar: A site that's devoted to readers and writers, offering articles, tips, links and information. Visitors can add their URL to the site.
  • The Right Writer's Resources: This site contains helpful information for writers in any field, experienced or aspiring.
  • The Savvy Click: Offers a useful writing and publishing area. Directory of links.
  • The Tale Wins Author Showcase: Directory with links for newsletter publishers and writers. Also, articles about writing in print and on the web.
  • The Well-Fed Writer: Self-Sufficiency as a freelance writer. Links for writers.
  • The What Manifesto: A site for writers of all genres, styles and experience levels to find information on writing and other resources.
  • The Write Resource: Articles, calendar, dictionary of terms, quotes, and downloads.
  • The Writer's Retreat: A meeting place for writers with links, quotations and market information.
  • The Writers Page: Resources for writers and poets. Large directory.
  • The Writers' Portal: Directory of writers' groups and freelancers. It also has events and announcements of interest to writers.
  • The Writers' Well: A directory of links from The Writers' Well
  • The Writing on the Wall: Gateway to e-texts, archives, literary reference, interactive writing and online poetry and fiction resources.
  • TheWritersMind.com: The online `resource` for agents, authors, and publishers.
  • Top20Writing.com: Online directory of writing education for journalism, poetry, grammar & style, screenwriting and other genres.
  • Useful Books for Writers: A directory of recommended books for writers and other resources. Messageboard for anyone to post their favourite books.
  • Weekly Writer: A promotion-oriented web site designed to refer interested individuals to online groups and markets who can help promote their work and advance their writing careers.
  • Wisdom Literary  Search: Markets, publishers and other resources for various fiction and non-fiction writing.
  • Write Source Home Page: Find writing topics, research links, style guides, and an opportunity to submit your work for publication.
  • WriteLink: A writers `resource` site linking to paying markets, competitions, reference sites, writers circles, software and agents.
  • WriteMovies.com: Information and links for: screenwriters, novelists, playwrights, short story writers and journalists.
  • Writer's Help Desk: Self-publishing and writing resources. Contests and a `group` to join.
  • Writer.Net: Searchable directory of published writers and literary agents.
  • WriterPage.com: Links to news, media, movies, TV, publishing, research.
  • Writers References and Resources: General writing resources.
  • Writers Retreat: Directory of writing listings: for jobs, career information, organizations, and research.
  • Writers Web Resource: This is a site for all types of writers resources. Information on books, authors, magazines, chat, competition, creative, news, letters, words, poems. Paying web markets.
  • Writers' Information Registry: A listing of e-mail contacts for places, activities and experiences authors may wish to write about. A wish list is also available for interests not currently covered.
  • Writers' Workshops: A treasure trove of help for beginners online.
  • Writers.Net: Internet `resource` for writers, editors, publishers and agents.
  • Writing Out of the Margins: Portal to a web of writing resources compiled over years of writing and teaching poetry, fiction, essays, journalism and public speaking.
  • Writing and Markets: Articles on writing. Links to markets for writers of articles, fiction and poetry Tips for writers A free web site for writers updated regularly. A free writer's newsletter.
  • Writing in Electronic Text: This page is an effort to compile annotated references to a variety of resources on writing for the web or electronic text in one place.

 

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