r/write is a subreddit for writers to showcase their work, share insights, and find like-minded writers from all over the world.

Members use this space to ask questions, share resources, exchange knowledge, and start new discussions. The community has a wiki with instructions on how the subreddit work and what rules to follow. The main rules include keeping it on topic, being respectful, and some guidelines for posting information about contests and calls for submissions.

On the other hand, r/write has a section where members share resources. These are classified into three categories: things that writers should be reading, a recommended book, and links to other writing subreddits.

Additionally, you can filter posts by diverse flairs. These include Plotting & Structure, Worldbuilding & Researching, Editing & Revising, Characters & Dialogue, Style & Prose, Critiquing & Publishing, Contests & Calls for Submissions, Resources & Tools, and General Questions & Discussions.


  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2008
  • Amount of members: 21,000
  • Online Group: No
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Access resources:
The community shares material such as books, recommended readings, and links to similar communities. These resources guide writers and help them find inspiration.

Participate in discussions:
All members can ask questions and share experiences, and you can actively participate by leaving comments on the posts. Inside this subreddit, you will find discussions on all things writing.


No requirements.


Networking Events

Members get to interact through Reddit. They commonly follow threads and leave comments on posts. By using the flairs, they can identify the purpose of a post and filter through posts to find what they are looking for. The topics are varied and include plotting, editing, revising, critiquing, and publishing, among others.

Content Library

There are resources on the community's wiki (which include readings for writers, a recommended book, and related subreddits). Additionally, you can filter posts by the flair "Resources & Tools" to find resources shared by members.


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