Young Writers Society


Literary Spotlight

Hurricane Columns
by Chaser in Poetry » Romantic

by Lives4Christ24 in Poetry » General

The Chosen Grandma, Chapter 40
by BlueAfrica in Novel / Chapter » Fantasy

Part 2 (You don't know me at all)
by Carlito in Lyrics » Lyrical

June (2 separate pieces)
by EKK15 in Poetry » General

View past literary spotlights

Staff Picks

View All

Site Feed

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Damocles DT

    @Europa "I can't guarantee that I'll be the next one posting, but yeah, just a heads-up."

    Tortwag - 2 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    The Frozen Falls DT

    @FigrothFelanor @Basil @Kanome @Sheyren @MJTucker @GodHatesShane Okay, guys. Let's get writing! And for those of you who don't have access to a WFP, here's one specifically for this SB;

    ScarlettFire - 2 hours ago

  • Forums » Art & Photography
    Wolfie's Sketches

    Thanks so much, all of you!

    Wolfical - 3 hours ago

  • Forums » Lounge, The
    Where is everyone from?


    Danni88 - 3 hours ago

  • Poetry » General, Narrative
    on preparing for love

    Some words that were inspired by childhood, past trauma, and the persistence to persevere.

    michaeld - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Article / Essay » General, General

    Hello there! Relaxistence88 here :) Not much a review....more like my personal thoughts.. Most graffiti is clearly art. Some is derivative, boring art. Some is creative art. Some is deeply ...

    Relaxistence88 - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Horror, Dramatic
    My Worst Fear

    As far as I have understood this poem, I assume that you have had an experience like that mentioned in your life before. If that is the case, I would ...

    TysonJames - 4 hours ago

  • Reviews » Article / Essay » General, General
    Why and how do we preserve our hearing

    Hello, Relaxistence88 here! :) I think you missed out some points, there are 5 ways to protect your ears and hearing health. 1. Turn the volume down (you may want ...

    Relaxistence88 - 4 hours ago

  • Forums » Welcome Mat
    New here!!!

    Hello there, I'm Relaxistence88. I'm from Nigeria. I work as a social voluteer in UNICEF and I help to build a school for poor kids. A new member and I ...

    Relaxistence88 - 6 hours ago

  • Reviews » Article / Essay » Culture, Satire
    Why Everyone SHOULD learn mandarin

    Hello, Relaxistence88 here! :) Personally, I can't really found anything you considered a satire in this piece though. I am confused what are you trying to conclude here, seriously. Probably ...

    Relaxistence88 - 6 hours ago

  • Poetry » Dramatic, General

    Inspired by a turn of phrase glimpsed in the Debate forum (bless you Lizz).

    Kale - 6 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Short Story » General, Other
    Our Lady of Winter

    A tale of a house frozen in time and trapped in a realm of eternal midwinter, and of a girl who stands witness as a man dares to ask for his freedom.

    chhlovebooks - 6 hours ago
    E - Everyone

  • Forums » Writers Corner

    Character List main characters and relations Samuel Meaklim - main protagonist - Mother: Julia Bernard - Father: Emerson Meaklim Carsten Mencer - Mother: Nancy Mencer - Father: Jackson Mencer - ...

    SpiritedWolfe - 7 hours ago

  • Reviews » Poetry » Dramatic, Narrative
    Nonet Memory

    I admire how brief this poem is and how quickly it gets to the point. Only issue is, you end your lines in awkward places, making the poem itself read ...

    youngcamus - 7 hours ago

  • Storyboooks » Specific Storybook Discussion
    Danganronpa: Hope's Peak [DT]

    I want to reply but I also want to give @Kanome and @DivinePrincess a chance, but I haven’t heard from them?

    soundofmind - 7 hours ago

  • Forums » Writing Activities
    Critique game - first three sentences of your novel/story

    Title: The Value of Greatness Plot: A famous musician is confronted with his regrets. Genre: Existentialist and dramatic. Sentences: The cheers were deafening. The spotlight blinding. Backstage was di

    youngcamus - 7 hours ago

It is better to take what does not belong to you than to let it lie around neglected.
— Mark Twain