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World-Building Template

World-Building Template

Wolfical: The template that covers all the necessities for fantasy world building.

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Shadow Poetry

Shadow Poetry

Aley: This has all of the rules for a lot of the structures in poetry

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Kiss My Assonance!

Kiss My Assonance!

niteowl: An excellent article by DJM barefootrunner about improving your poetry with poetic devices.

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Pop Songs and Voice

Pop Songs and Voice

niteowl: Look at popular lyrics to understand their techniques for getting and keeping their attention.

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100 Flash Fiction Prompts

100 Flash Fiction Prompts

Rosendorn: Get your creativity flowing with 100 (days of) flash fiction prompts

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Emotional Poetry

Emotional Poetry

niteowl: A fantastic article by DM Emerson on how to make your emotional poetry more interesting.

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Notes into Novel

Notes into Novel

niteowl: One trick for organizing notes to help you plan an entire novel.

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Writing for children

Writing for children

Rydia: Three authors on how to write for an audience with short attention spans...

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One Handed Writing is Better?

One Handed Writing is Better?

Rydia: Canadian study reveals that one-handed typing simultaneously slows output and expands vocabulary.

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Check out Proselint

Check out Proselint

Rydia: Proselint is a work-in-progress tool which detects where your writing style is at its weakest.

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A Rundown on Reviewing

A Rundown on Reviewing

Rosendorn: Want some help figuring out your reviewing style? This article lays out the pros and cons of each

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No Review Needed Poetry Thread

No Review Needed Poetry Thread

Aley: Home of poems that don't need reviews, just an audience

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Crossword Plagiarism

Crossword Plagiarism

Nate: From 538: A Plagiarism Scandal in the Crossword World

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Random Map Generator

Random Map Generator

Rosendorn: Need a map for your fantasy world? Look no further!

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Linguistics and Dialogue

Linguistics and Dialogue

Pompadour: A wonderful article by RacheDrache on writing good dialogue.

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