Websites for Writers

Monthly links you might want to “bookmark,” to online resources, magazines, and author sites informative and inspiring for working writers.

Site Review: VIDA Women in Literary Arts

Emily Jaeger reviews the site VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, a watchdog for gender equity in literary publishing.

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Site Review: The Poetry Conversation

Sharon Bryan’s website, The Poetry Conversation, brings poetic discourse to the cyber arena.

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Site Review: Button Poetry

Button Poetry is a site that highlights slam poetry and spoken word, with an avid following and quality content.

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Featured Bookmarks: The Literary

Every Writer, Writing.ie, Narratively, and Boomer Lit Mag make up April’s literary bookmarks.

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Site Review: Poetry Daily

Poetry Daily, poems.com, is an evolving anthology of contemporary poetry in a poem-a-day format.

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Featured Bookmarks: The Literary

Contributing Editor DeWitt Henry gives his monthly recommendations for literary bookmarks, including Catapult Magazine, Brevity, and more.

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Featured Bookmarks: The Literary

DeWitt Henry’s June literary bookmarks include The Cortland Review, Howard Junker, Sharon Bryan, and Richard Hoffman.

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Featured Bookmarks: The Literary

May 2017’s literary bookmarks from DeWitt Henry include Hippocampus Magazine, Celebrities in Disgrace, Memorious, and more.

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Site Review: Word Tango

Writing doesn’t have to be a solo sport: Emily Jaeger reviews Word Tango, an online writing community for authors of fiction and genre.

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Site Review: Richard Gilbert’s Draft No. 4

Dewitt Henry reviews Richard Gilbert’s Draft No.4 blog: “Gilbert explores the enterprise of literary memoir in particular, and of good writing in general.”

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Featured Bookmarks: The Literary

The Drum: A Literary Magazine for Your Ears, The Ekphrastic Review, and prose writer Caroline Siegrist are featured in this month's bookmarks.

Featured Bookmarks: The Literary

More poetry bookmarks this month in honor of our contest. Hilary Vaughn Dobel, Carolyn Guinzio, and Cave Canem: A Home for Black Poetry.

Site Review: Meredith Sue Willis

Meredith Sue Willis’s website is packed with information about writing and teaching, her life as a prolific writer, and resources to craft a marketable book.