i went on a group tour yesterday, and pieced this list together, thought it might be useful. the different sections are roughly sorted by group popularity and activity.
“If you have published a text in Fictionaut and want some constructive feedback, or feel the text still isn't all fitting yet, then try The Workshop”
The Hidden Workshop
(access through ‘The Workshop’)
“A private group: only workshop members can see the group and access the texts.”
Are we there yet?
“Post the first line/s of your poems & the first sentence/s of your stories to see if we want to keep reading.”
Works in Progress
(note: this group and the texts posted in it are yet visible)
“A protected group dedicated to works in progress and experiments that aren't ready for prime time.”
Short Story Challenge
“Each month a new challenge will be posted to the discussion with rules for the month.”
“The idea for this group: We'll present an object. You'll write a story (500 words or fewer) that makes it Significant.”
People who like to flash
“Flash fiction! Mostly stories under 500 words, please, but who's counting?”
“Prose poems and other poetic forms that don’t play well with others.”
the longer story
“not novel excerpts--but longer stories. what is a long story? let's say 3,500. let's start there, and go up.”
“If you have written in the hypertext format, are curious about it, or have some thoughts or questions about its emergence into mainstream reading, this is the place to be.”
“A place to post parts of novels -- finished, in progress, or from deep within your drawer.”
“poems and poetics”
Like Life (Except slower, better, without the typos)
“This is a group for writers who are interested in memoir, the lyric essay, creative non-fiction in all its manifestations.”
“This group is for Fictionauts who also moonlight as FictioNots--writers of nonfiction.”
The Techno-Fantasy Guild
“For the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers and Readers out there.”
“A group of poets writing bold, gigantic epic poems like the work of Homer, Dante, Virgil.”
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