Young Writers Society

Home


Literary Spotlight

The Freak Freaks Out
by Flumadiddle in Poetry » General


Dust Demons and Stars
by Flumadiddle in Poetry » General


buried things
by marms in Poetry » Realistic


Scream and Cry and Calm
by Flumadiddle in Poetry » General


Play it Loud
by speakerskat in Poetry » Romantic


View past literary spotlights



Staff Picks

View All




Site Feed

  • Forums » Art & Photography
    Which Cover Looks Best?

    Oooh I remember reading a few chapters of this! Yes, I like the first one as well. Love your sketching style :)

    Wolfical
    Wolfical - 57 minutes ago

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    Ellie's Beatles Song Contest

    Sign me up! :D

    Wolfical
    Wolfical - 1 hour ago

  • Forums » Art & Photography
    Snow's art and other scribblings

    Oooh I love the zentangle designs on the apple!

    Wolfical
    Wolfical - 1 hour ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, General
    away

    Thanks for sharing this poem about the fleeting temporary nature of human existence. I like the echoing effect of away-away, as well as the comparison of falling in and out ...

    Radrook
    Radrook - 1 hour ago

  • Forums » Research
    Hey, writing about a time-period.

    I'm not sure if you still need advice, but I have some too! If neither one of those appeal to you, try watching things from that timeframe. You can look ...

    Aley
    Aley - 1 hour ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Bloody Christmas [DT]

    @saentiel, fo' sure! If I remember, that is. :) @Querencia, if you have time, you should totally join! I'm about 99.98% sure that this is gonna be an awesome storybook.

    ajruby12
    ajruby12 - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, Culture
    The Kira Kira Poetry Club Collection #1

    I feel like I can't do half these poems justice by judging them all at once, so I'm going to be doing a long review and it's going to be ...

    Aley
    Aley - 2 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, General
    Play it Loud

    Hey, it's Codayy here with a quick review. Unlike what other people are saying, I do like the simple voice in this piece. Why? I think what you were aiming ...

    Codayy
    Codayy - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Novel / Chapter » Realistic, Supernatural
    How Was Your Day? - Chapter 21.1

    Awesome! I like getting to see these specific details about magic/spellwork and not just because at this point your magic is clearly more thought-out than mine Plus, Finnley's intuitive understanding ...

    BlueAfrica
    BlueAfrica - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Realistic, Narrative
    buried things

    I love this, it's so deep and spiritual, I feel like I can relate to this, I honestly think that when you wrote the three stanzas, they fit perfectly in ...

    Lake
    Lake - 4 hours ago

  • Forums » Art & Photography
    Wolfie's Sketches

    Thank you, snow!!

    Wolfical
    Wolfical - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, General
    Play it Loud

    I love this, not because it's about how you need something to drown out your broken hearts or untold feelings, or even that heartache that you feel for someone but ...

    Lake
    Lake - 5 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Defenders of the Dust City DT

    I love all this plot-building. I'm on the same page as Sae about Stella being controlled. We'll see. :)

    Lael
    Lael - 6 hours ago

  • Forums » Welcome Mat
    hellloooo

    Welcome! I hope to see your writings about this site in the future! Feel free to ask questions about any of your concerns!

    KiraThePotatoChip
    KiraThePotatoChip - 8 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Romantic, Romantic
    A Week to Remember

    Hey there! Kat here to review! This was a powerful first poem to say the least. It started off a little awkward like you didn’t know where you were going ...

    speakerskat
    speakerskat - 8 hours ago

  • Novel / Chapter » Mystery / Suspense, Action / Adventure
    Prologue & Chapter One: A Dead Preacher for a Dead God (in progress)

    This prologue is narrated by an old colleague of the main character.

    sp00kytoenail
    sp00kytoenail - 9 hours ago
    16+ Language Violence


"For a short space of time I remained at the window watching the pallid lightnings that played above Mont Blanc and listening to the rushing of the Arve, which pursued its noise way beneath. The same lulling sounds acted as a lullaby to my too keen sensations; when I placed my head upon my pillow, sleep crept over me; I felt it as it came and blessed the giver of oblivion."
— Mary Shelley, Frankenstein