r/storyandstyle is a subreddit where thousands of writers worldwide gather to discuss diverse, helpful tools for fiction writers.
The community has a great interest in analyzing fiction and writing essays. Thus, members can only post essays, case studies, and questions. However, keep in mind that feedback is not part of the community: the subreddit is mostly to share tools and analyze workflows.
To guarantee safe and efficient interaction, the community has established some rules. They include no low-effort posts, no posts that can be answered with an easy Google search, no discussions focused on habits, no post publishing agents, no self-promotion, and no toxic behavior. There are 5 moderators whose role is to enforce these rules.
Although the community seems to have a Discord server, the invitation link is no longer working. However, you can send a message to any mod asking for this information.
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The community aims to open debate and fruitful discussions on the mechanics of writing both fiction and essays. You can find others' perspectives and argue your own position.
The community allows questions regarding how to do something writing-related. Thus, if this is your case, members will reply to your post and help you with some advice on it.
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As moderators control the content that members share, you will find high-quality materials. They correspond mostly to essays and case studies.
Members engage in interesting conversations and discussions through Reddit. They usually reply and comment on posts. The idea is always to open a discussion on how to build and analyze essays and fiction writing. Members also take advantage of the space to solve their doubts and getting support for fellow writers.
Members of r/storyandstyle are allowed to share essays and case studies. Essays always discuss and argue a topic. Meanwhile, case studies analyze a writer or a piece of writing. You will also find members who share helpful tools for fiction writers.