Posts tagged ‘writing exchange’

Jun 12 2019
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What is a writing community and how can you build one?

What is a writing community and how can you build one?

Adapted from a 2015 post on creating a writing exchange. At the Center, we use the word community a lot. We have a clear if general idea of what community means to us: writers writing “together”—in our online courses, at our retreats, in comments on our social media posts, in response to our prompts (through the monthly photo prompt contests or One Year of Weekly Writing Prompts), or with us directly in private writing guidance…

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Oct 08 2015
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Tips for Beginning Writers: Start your literary community with a one-on-one writing exchange

Tips for Beginning Writers: Start your literary community with a one-on-one writing exchange

  In previous posts in this Tips for Beginning Writers series, I’ve focused on knowing the literary market and developing a writing routine. Next, I want to talk about the idea of community. It’s a word I use a lot, and I have a very clear idea of what it means to me; but it occurs to me that a beginning writer might not visualize “community” the way I do, let alone know how to…

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