Web Writing Rings

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lord of the ringsThis section is devoted to those who want to join a Writing Ring. These are excellent ways of promoting your site and seeing what other writers are doing. Links are in alphabetical order so just pick a letter and choose what writing club or association you want to belong to. The amount of writing circles out there should give you plenty of choice so browse below and take your pick!

I'm aware that there are most probably many more writing rings on the World Web, if you know of any links you feel should be included, don't hesitate in sending them to me.

50 Megs: Writers Guild Webring - Writers of all kind: poets, ghost writers, story writers, writer services.

Accomplished Women Writers. A group of accomplished women writers helping each other with tips and hints in becoming published. A site where you can learn to organize a family, household and writing career.


Amateur Press Association Web Ring - The only requirement for APA Net Ring membership is that your site be related somehow to an Amateur Press Association.


Black Folks Who Write - A webring open to all African Americans who showcase their work on the web.


Crescent Moon Writer's Ring - For those who write novels, short stories, poetry, articles, own an e-zine, or want to promote their published works.


> Drinkers with a Writing Problem - This ring is for all those who struggle with the written word. You can be an author, a publisher or an electronic zine. We want to be able to picture the amount of sleepless nights, hair loss and alcohol it took to write that masterpiece.


Feminine Author - Webring for women writers on the web.


Grammar Avenger For elitist grammar snobs. Must consistently demonstrate a command of the English language, including proper spelling and punctuation.


Internet Writers' Guild - This webring brings together the authors of web published art and literature, and promotes their work to the internet community at large.


Internet Writers' Ring - This webring is designed as a means of linking those sites on the web that are related to all aspects of reading and writing, poetry and stories.


Journalism and Research Resources - Gathering bookmarks posted on the websites of professional journalists and researchers. Research sites, sources, employment news, industry gossip, news, publications and writing links.


Kitten's Writing Guild Ring - Created for writers of all genres. Member sites eligible to win site of the month award given by Ringmistress.


Letter Zed - Celebrate the True North take on the English language. For blogs and journals using Canadian English


Mystic Tale Spinners - A webring for beginning fantasy writers who have novels, short stories and/or poetry they either wish to publish or merely display for all to see.


Not-A-Webring - Loosely connected group of writers who keep online journals and consider webrings an imperfect solution.

SFWA Webring- Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Webring. For members only.


The Poetry Empire Webring - A webring of poetry and writing sites.


Spellage - For online writers who care about proper spelling in their journals and blogs.


Unknown Authors - This ring is for anyone who has published a book, and has their own webpage. Unknown authors trying to get their names out there.


Women Poets of the Web - A ring of sites for women writers and artists of the web.


Words WebRing - Connecting writers and those dedicated to creative writing.


Writer's Anonymous - A logo for writers to put on their sites. Not quite a webring.


Writer's Life Webring - Writers who are dedicated to their craft and interested in all aspects of the writing process.


Writer's Anonymous - A logo for writers to put on their sites. Not quite a webring.


The Writer's Ring - Open to websites and personal homepages dedicated to the art of writing. Poetry, fiction, non-fiction, essays, screenplays.

Writing, Editing, Poetry and Written Art - Open to all kinds of fiction and non-fiction writers, copyeditors, ghostwriters, graphics designers, artists, CAD engineers and other professionals, lyricists and music.

The Written Remains - A webring for writers' groups and guilds, literary and writer's organizations, on-line critique groups and writing resource sites.



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