A Place for Writers

I want you to write yourself into history because no matter what history books say, even you are a part of it.
— Nnedi Okorafor, The Shadow Speaker



Making Stories Happen 

You can’t talk about reading without also talking about writing. They are linked in such a way that you can’t have one without the other.

Whether you’re a novelist, a poet, or an academic writer, if you spend time writing, you’re a writer and your writing matters. On this page, you’ll find reading suggestions on writing, the reading archives, and other writing sites to check out.

Favorite Books On Writing or Writing Practice

Posts in “Writing”

Online Writing Resources

  • 750 Words- A site dedicated to helping you get in your three pages a day.

  • NaNoWriMo- November is National Novel Writing Month and NaNo helps you stay on task to write your novel in 30 days. Also has year-round resources on writing and literature.

  • Writing Posts on Pinterest- Curated list of articles on writing strategies.

Black & Bookish Editing Services

Publishing a book or article can be a team effort. A developmental editor will make sure your story is solid before you dig into copyediting and proofreading.

Looking to Work with other Black organizations? I have a whole page about it.