Finally, a Writing Group that Works!
First, earn karma points by critiquing the work of others. Don't worry if you're not sure how to critique—we'll show you how, and it's easy, fun, and improves your own writing too!
Next, spend your karma points to post your own work for review. Each work you post is guaranteed to get at least 3 long critiques, and you usually get a lot more!
Writing can be lonely. Lucky for you there are thousands of writers on Scribophile every day, and we’re a pretty friendly bunch. You've never seen a writing group like this one!
A little more about how it works...
We're a writing group that works on a karma point system. Members spend karma points to post their writing for feedback from the community. To earn karma points, members submit thoughtful critiques for the work of others. Everyone has to earn karma points before they can post!
This system ensures that every work you post gets awesome critiques from other talented writers. Forget about sites that are popularity contests, get spammed with work that sits unviewed, and "reviews" that say nothing but "good job." At our writing group every piece gets the full critiquing attention it deserves.
Don't feel like critiquing? That's OK! Hang out in our busy writing forums to chat with other passionate writers, read our writing blog for tips and tricks, and meet and connect with writers from all over the world.
And there's even more for writers...
Keep your rights protected. You have full control over your writing. Only other members can read it.
Get quality feedback, guaranteed. Every work posted is guaranteed at least 3 insightful critiques.
Win cash in free writing contests. We give out hundreds in cash and prizes each month!
Be part of a busy, vibrant community. We're one of the largest and most active writing groups online.
Everyone welcomed, from beginner to pro. Everyone's here to learn, and we want to help!
Plus, get writing advice from the pros.
Our writing group is more than just a place to get feedback and hang out with other awesome writers. The writing blog regularly features tips and advice that'll help you sharpen your work even more. Here's a little sample:
Fresh From The Blog
We also have a Writing Academy filled with free, objective, and informative writing articles by industry professionals on topics from fundamentals like show vs. tell to advanced stuff like haiku poetry.
Free Writing Tutorials From The Academy
By the way, Scribophile helps get you published.
Check out the latest publications from our awesome members.
September 18 – James Freeze's mainstreme flash fiction The Worlds Greatest Painting will be published by The Writers Haven Magazine--the number 19 issue you.
September 16 – May Linton's literary flash fiction In Which I Propose a Handful of Questions to Three of the Citizens Involved Who Are At Present Unable to Answer will be published in 4'33".
September 10 – Kishan Paul's contemporary romance novel Blind Love will be published by Samhain Publications.
September 5 – Maurice Beaulieu III's literary fiction short story The Last Library in the World will be published in Uncharted Frontier e-Zine.