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The site hosts everything from writing advice and prompts to community forums and blogs, and you don't have to be a magazine subscriber to access it.
Sponsored by the Northern Nevadaa Writing Project, this site offers interactive lessons and other tools for creative writers.
Writer's FM is a radio station that was created by writers, for writers.
Designed especially for teens, this site features a writing workshop forum and a general discussion forum to help young creative writers.
This government website offers important copyright information for creative writers, as well as a step-by-step guide to registering your work.
The Story Starter
The Story Starter randomly generates 215,572,250,880 story starters.
Creative Writing Prompts
Use the creative writing prompts and creative writing ideas to create stories, poems and other creative pieces from your imagination.
Fifteen Minutes of Fiction
A site for people who love to write, but don't have time to write!
Imagination Prompt Generator
The Imagination Prompt Generator from Creativity Portal automatically generates one prompt after another to get your creative juices flowing.
The Online Story Spinner from Bonnie Neubauer, a writing instructor, offers millions of computer generated story prompts for creative writers.
Quick and Dirty Tips
Grammar Girl's famous Quick and Dirty Tips (delivered via blog or podcast) will help you keep your creative writing error free.
The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue.
Web English Teacher
This site provides an excellent section on grammar that any writer could benefit from. Topics include grammar and punctuation, parts of speech, sentence structure and mechanics.
GrammarBook.com is another useful source for basic grammar rules and help with commonly confused words. It also offers free interactive English quizzes and resume assistance for job-hunting writers.
If the idea of memorizing a whole bunch of grammar rules bores you to death, you can skip it all and send your story through the AutoCrit Editing Wizard.