For the times when writer's block seems more than an insurmountable mountain, a chasm of creativity, turn to us for help and inspiration.
Welcome to KeepWriting. We are a subreddit dedicated to motivating writers to stay consistent and constantly grow their craft. Whether you're looking to get feedback on an idea, hear a critique, or get unstuck in a story, this is the right place.
Given birth from the spawning ground that is /r/WritingPrompts's SatChat, DailyChat seeks to provide a structured place for a meeting of the minds. It doesn't matter if you're here to discuss Writing, Movies, Art, Music, or Debate the greatest minds Reddit has to offer. We're just providing a free form platform with a mind for civility.
There are lots of prompt subreddits out there. What sets us apart? We're looking for a simpler source of inspiration. Here, we encourage simplicity in prompts. Our goal is to kick start the writer's mind into coming up with its own unique ideas by using prompts that are open-ended enough to appeal to everyone. Welcome aboard.
Like fiction, but only have a minute? OneParagraph is a subreddit specifically for small format fiction limited to a single paragraph. Everyone is encouraged to contribute, but silent audience members are just as welcome. If you're unsure how to start, take a quick look at our guidelines.
Writing Prompts. You're a writer and you just want to flex those muscles? You've come to the right place! If you see a prompt you like, simply write a short story based on it. Get comments from others, and leave commentary for other people's works. Let's help each other.
~~If you are anything BUT 5 years old, and you're confused by something, this is the place for you.~~ Now that /r/eli5 clarified that they want simple explanations, (fake) 5 YEAR OLDS ARE NOW WELCOME TO THE SUBREDDIT. But not in a creepy way.
Welcome to /r/literature, a community for deeper discussions of plays, poetry, short stories, and novels. Discussions of literary criticism, literary history, literary theory, and critical theory are also welcome--strongly encouraged, even.
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