I'm starting to write short science fiction. Where should I look (online) for support, guidance and, eventually, publishing? [more inside]
[FictionFilter] In the era of doxxing and all that, is it possible for a tech person with a high-profile position to keep his personal info -- and real name and identity -- under wraps? [more inside]
A friends son is very keen on creative writing - he publishes online via Reddit and his own blog. He is currently negotiating with an online gaming company (based in the Netherlands) to write dialogue for their new game that is in development (they send him prompts and basic outlines of the game sequence). Can you give me any advice about the average rates for online writing. Do you you charge by the hour or for a written piece? What would you recommend would be a good rate, considering his age (17) and his skill level (he is still in high school!). From my research I have seen a range of quotes - anything from $20 per hour or $50 per article up to $900 for skilled writers. Any advice much appreciated.
We're creating an e-book, and need an online platform helping a team of writers/editors to collaborate. Perhaps some variant of Wiki, unless there are jazzy new services out there I don't know about.... [more inside]
I'm looking for an online writing community where I can post fiction and non-fiction (articles, musings), and where there is a "friending" (social network) mechanism and a critique/feedback mechanism. And, I'm hoping to meet a some additional criteria, including types of content. [more inside]
Hello, I'm trying out the whole Match.com thing for the first time and am having trouble making my profile really stand out. I'm getting a little writers block as well. I've tried doing the funny thing and it just comes across as corny. I'm not fond of my writing skills and what I've put together feels it's a little flat. Let me know if anybody has any suggestions for improvement. Of course, any grammar corrections are more than welcome as well. More inside and Thanks! [more inside]
Is there some sort of online venue that's midway in concept between twitter and a blog? [more inside]
Brief example of a rant / ineffective written argument? Possibly from a discussion forum, content thread, or review site? [more inside]
A few days ago I went to see my local Career Advisor at school. She said I was miles ahead of every other humanities grad as I have 15 months of work experience. She told me to contact various guilds and organizations in my area... [more inside]
I work at a publisher, in the production part of the business. I organise editors, designers and projects on the one side of things; printers, print runs and shipping on the other. It's clear to me that at least one half of these activities will soon diminish greatly, as paper publishing winds down and web / ebooks take over. So: What skills and talents do I need to develop to keep helping people produce and share content in the future? [more inside]
Looking for online fiction, non-fiction and creative writing communities and forums of all kinds. [more inside]
Your favourite reading material that's available online (for free)? [more inside]
What is the best online venue to advertise for other writers who want to engage in mutual criticism / editing /support? [more inside]
Is there an online platform that will let me post status updates (like on Facebook or Twitter) that AREN'T public--as in, it's for me and me only?
Is there an online platform that will let me post status updates (like on Facebook or Twitter) that AREN'T public--as in, it's for me and me only? [more inside]
So I started writing online content, how can I get more of this type of work, or other marginally interesting ways to make money while unemployed? [more inside]
What kind of online platform can I use to run a PhD writing/goal setting group? [more inside]
What's the next step in online freelance writing beyond sites like Textbroker.com? A friend wants to quit his retail job in order to write about 20-30 hours a week while going to school. [more inside]
What are the best online communities for poets? This previous thread says that poetryslamming was pretty good, but it looks dead now. Are there any others?
I found a review of Constant Content. I feel like writing online for this site. Anybody thinks this is profitable?
Between my iPhone's Stanza app and the loooooong quiet days ahead of me in the office during the holiday season, I'd like to read some stuff online. Any suggestions? [more inside]
Updating my online portfolio and need help with web navigation, images, hosting and more. [more inside]
I would like to write & sell erotica online. What do I need to know about maintaining my privacy? [more inside]
Any idea how much one would pay an in-house nutritionist for writing on the company website? [more inside]
Can anyone point the way to a reputable online writing course that deals with the mechanics of good writing (not plot, character, narrative, etc)? [more inside]
Do any accredited, respectable, non-residential , MFA Writing programs exist out there? [more inside]
I'm a highschool kid, good with computers, looking for an online job regarding computers? [more inside]
Are there any great online tools for working on writing a novel? I've seen previous posts on desktop software for this purpose, but I haven't found any nifty online tools. [more inside]
Does anyone hear have experience working with and/or setting up a synchronous online component for a college writing center? [more inside]
OnlineLitFilter: I'm after recommendations for good, current, original fiction available online. [more inside]
Fiction that centers on online interaction? [mo' inside makes it mo' inside] [more inside]