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A List of Resources for Writers via Pen & Paper Writing Workshops

This great list of online resources curated by the folks at Pen & Paper Writing Workshops includes 9 sites I often frequent myself for places to submit, writing tips, prompts, etc. including my own blog! Special thanks to P&P for listing me among these other fine sites.

“Here’s a list of resources that we use on a regular basis. These websites have proven to help us in many of our writing endeavors. This is not, necessarily, a definitive list—there are hundreds of these types of resources available out there—but these are the ones that we follow, or read, or use the most.”

Pen & Paper Writing Workshops provides weekly writing tips and resources on their blog and a variety of online writing classes and one-on-one consultations for fiction, nonfiction, and screenplay writing at reasonable prices through their web site. “We’re a community of writers at all levels here at Pen & Paper Writing Workshops. Our community is wholly important to us. Come, join us. Let us teach you. Learn from us. Learn with us. Most importantly—write with us!”

For more writing resources, check out my Writing Resources category with all previous writing resources related posts.

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3 replies »

  1. Hey Trish!

    Awakened Voices has a new submission open through the end of the month for writing. Would you be willing to post our journal submission link again?

    Best, Jeri

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