What are Writing communities?
This list of communities is dedicated to writers of all kinds, from aspiring beginners to seasoned professionals. Many of our writing communities offer support and constructive criticism if you're looking for more eyes on your work.
About Online Communities on Reddit
Reddit communities (or "subreddits") are forum-based groups on the popular social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website Reddit. Reddit is commonly known as "the front page of the internet". Users submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down and discussed by other members. From investing Reddit communities, to professional ones, to ones just for laughs, you're likely to find a community for you on Reddit.
r/worldbuildingFor artists, writers, gamemasters, musicians, programmers, philosophers and scientists alike! The creation of new worlds and new universes has long been a key element of speculative fiction, from the fantasy works of Tolkien and Howard, to the science-fiction universes of Burroughs and Asimov, to the tabletop realm of Gygax and Barker, and beyond. This subreddit is about sharing your worlds, discovering the creations of others, and discussing the many aspects of creating new universes.
r/ScreenwritingJoin our community of over 1,000,000 Screenwriters! From beginners to professionals, we come together to teach, learn, and share everything about Screenwriting. Please view our rules and wikis before posting. Scroll down for resources, mod and verification applications, Discord listings and more.
r/conlangsThis subreddit is focused on the discussion of conlangs, tools, and activities to aid you in the construction of your own conlang, and creating a community environment where we can all enjoy conlanging.
r/Journalismr/journalism is a community focused on the industry and practice of journalism (from the classroom to the newsroom).
r/writingr/Writing is the subreddit that contains discussions about the writing craft.
r/WritingPromptsWriting Prompts. You're a writer and you just want to flex those muscles? You've come to the right place! If you see a prompt you like, simply write a short story based on it. Get comments from others, and leave commentary for other people's works on the Reddit for writing prompts. Let's help each other.
r/selfpublishA place to discuss just about everything in the world of indie books
r/freelanceWritersA place by and for freelance writers of all kinds to discuss and share every facet of freelance writing.
r/booksIn-depth discussion about all things related to books, authors, genres, or publishing in a safe, supportive environment.
r/YAwritersThis sub is for authors of YA novels. Discussing your original WIP (work in progress) is our purpose. Feel free to discuss titles, characters, plots, themes, settings, critiques, and any information pertinent to authors and genre. Hopefully we can all learn from each other and write great books!
r/PublishingA subreddit dedicated to modern & traditional publishing, for profit and for fun. All are welcome.
r/DestructiveReadersWriting Feedback: we will tell you the good, the bad, the ugly, and the horrible of your writing. RDR ~ Colorfully Destructive.
r/storyandstyleThe home for discussion of all the tools in a writer's toolbox.
r/writerchatCheck us out at #writerchat on irc.snoonet.org, or visit the wiki to learn how to chat with fellow writers
r/writeA friendly community where all content related to the craft of writing is welcome! Ask a question, start a discussion, or share resources here: just check out our rules first. Please note that self-promotion and critique requests are limited to the sticked threads.
r/WritersAll are welcome at r/writers: fiction writers, nonfiction writers, bloggers and more! Get critique on your work, share resources, ask questions and help fellow writers.
r/literarycontestsLiterary contests posted every day, including many free and international