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Websites for Writers
Author Bucker Siler says she started this website "because I was frustrated with all the repetitive, one-size-fits-all writing advice on the internet. The Literary Architect is where I blog, ponder, and share what I have to offer to other fiction writers."
Critiques of query letters by literary agent, Janet Reid. These examples show specific techniques for excellent queries--which are sometimes harder to write than a novel itself.
Create a free account on Submittable to track your writing submissions. You can also connect with other writers and find writing and publishing opportunities here.
Tucson Festival of Books
This yearly event is local and connects writers and readers of all stripes. Attend workshops, listen to published writers speak, and pick up a few good books while you're at it.
Virginia C. Piper Center for Creative Writing
In this historic house located on the ASU Main campus, writing opportunities abound. Workshops, lectures, writing groups, and more.
Fun on the Web for Writers
11 Vegan Writing Snacks
Clean, healthy, and easy vegan writing snacks suggested by author Tera Lynn Childs on her All Writerly Things blog post.
Enter words to see the poetry gyroscope change classic poems. What a difference a word makes!
Writing prompts emailed to you weekly.
Six Word Memoirs
Can you create a memoir in six words, no more, no less?