Website of Interest to Fantasy Writers

ArkansasWriters has received a notice about “a free literary sharing website” called WritingRaw.com

I’ve got to admit that I find the name of the site a bit offputting, but I checked out what seems to be a companion site called specusphere which looks as if it may be of interest to writers of speculative fiction.

Writers of sci-fi and fantasy may want to check it out at Specusphere‘s About page.

By Maeve Maddox

Maeve Maddox writes about popular culture, English usage, and education. Her most recent books are WORD RAGE, a guide to peaceful coexistence as American English-speakers, and THE FABERGE FLUTE, a cozy mystery set in 1980s London.

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  1. WritingRaw.com is a FREE literary ezine dedicated to new and emerging writers and poets. Our goal at Writing Raw is simple – to serve the literary community with the opportunity to have their work online and out in the world. In this world of disappearing literary magazines, Writing Raw is providing the blank pages for writers to fill.

    We also support other sites that help writers: http://www.WritingRaw.com believes in reaching out to other sites, writing groups, forums, and organizations. Contact us on how you can place a FREE banner, announcement or link on our site!

    Or, use the Writing Raw Book Store to promote your novel or poetry collection: If you have a novel or collection that you would like to place in our store, we would be more than happy to do so – for FREE. Just send us a copy of the cover of the book, a brief synopsis, and a link as to where the material can be purchased.

    This month on WritingRaw.com, we have 14 NEW 7-Question Interviews with some of the best known and award-winning authors of the year; an interview with Literary Agent, Mary Sue Seymour (The Seymour Agency); and all new material in our fiction, poetry, and assorted pages – as well as new writing exercises and book reviews.

    Plus – exclusively on Writing Raw – Episode 10 (It Makes Gods and Meaner Creatures Kings) of the bi-monthly penny dreadful: “really BAD Shakespeare”

    So, stop in today and discover a NEW literary voice today.

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