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  • Goodreads
    Social network of book readers where people share & review their favorite authors, books & quotes.
  • Arts & Letters Daily
    Service founded in 1998 by The Chronicle of Higher Education to explore & debate new ideas. They publish essays & opinions, new books & articles of note.
  • Asian Review of Books
    The ARB is a publication reviewing books for Asia. They also publish long-form essays by leading Asian writers and thinkers.
  • Booknotes
    Hosts a series of hour-long interviews of 800 non-fiction book authors.
  • CommonLit
    Resource which offers tools to implement an effective literacy program in classrooms, schools, or districts.
  • Five Books
    Resource where topical experts are interviewed and recommend books on their areas of expertise.
  • Google Books Ngram Viewer
    Tool which allows people to graph the rise & fall of words used in books over time.
  • GrubStreet
    Boston creative writing center serving writers & storytellers of every genre. The non-profit was founded by Eve Bridburg in 1997.
    Website which features & promotes local independently-owned bookstores to help encourage their growth & ensure their success.
  • Letters of Note
    A curated gathering of fascinating letters, postcards, telegrams, faxes & memos edited by Shaun Usher.
  • LibraryThing
    A community of over 2,000,000 book lovers which allows users to catalog their books & connect with other people who read what they do.
  • Lightspeed Magazine
    Monthly science fiction & fantasy magazine launched by Sean Wallace in June of 2010.
  • Locus Magazine
    Monthly science fiction, fantasy & horror magazine founded in 1968 by Charles N. Brown, Ed Meskys & Dave Vanderwerf.
  • London Review of Books
    British journal of literary essays which reviews books, films & offers political discourse. The fortnightly publication was first published in 1979.
  • Nightmare Magazine
    Horror and dark fantasy magazine published monthly. They publish fiction podcasts, feature interviews with authors & book reviews.
  • Nonfiction Authors Association
    The NFAA is an educational community for aspiring & experience writers. It helps authors connect, exchange ideas, & learn about writing, publishing, promoting & profiting from nonfiction books.
  • PEN International
    Worldwide association of writers which promotes literature & defends freedom of expression worldwide. The NGO was founded in London in 1921.
  • Reluctant Habits
    A cultural forum in ever-shifting standing where Edward Champion covers books, films, arts & technology.
  • Room to Read
    Non-profit focused on girls' education & children's literacy in Asia and Africa. Learn more, donate, and get involved. The organization was founded in 2000 by John Wood, Erin Ganju & Dinesh Shrestha.
  • Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
    Provides awards and direct scholarships to promote the visual and literary arts while recognizing the vision, ingenuity, and talent of young people.
  • SFWA
    Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America is a professional organization for authors of science fiction, fantasy & related genres.
  • The Believer
    Bimonthly literature, arts & culture magazine which publishes a diverse collection of interviews, essays, journalism & poetry covering contemporary interests.
  • the Literary Saloon
    A literary weblog at the complete review publishing opinionated commentary on literary matters.
  • The New Criterion
    A monthly review of the arts & intellectual life published by the Foundation for Cultural Review. The magazine was founded in 1982.
  • The New York Review of Books
    Fortnightly literary-intellectual magazine first published on February 1, 1963 by Robert B. Silvers, Barbara Epstein, A. Whitney Ellsworth & Elizabeth Hardwick.
  • The Paris Review
    Quarterly English language literary magazine first published in Spring of 1963. They offer coverage of writers & artists offering biographies, quotes & interviews.
  • The Society of Authors
    Trade union for all types of writers, illustrators and literary translators, at all stages of their careers.
  • Writers Guild of America West
    The WGAW is a labor union formed in 1954 which represents film, TV, radio & new media writers.

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Last Updated: 19-Dec-2023