Litreactor: A website for writers

Another busy day for me, so this is going to be short. Today, I am taking the ACT (fifth time a charm?) and then doing two performances of . Which means leaving the house at 6 a.m. and returning at… 6 a.m. tomorrow.

I’m here to share something super cool with you. It’s a collaborative website created by a lot of great authors. You can pay to enter these super good workshops or you can just read all the essays and articles that are for free. Their magazine is pretty good, the essays very helpful.

The writers also do book-film comparisons, book reviews, and articles on publishing.

So, go check out Litreactor!

http://www.litreactor.com/

I became interested after hearing Chuck Palahniuk had helped out on this site. Have a great day, everyone, and pretty soon I’ll be posting on a normal schedule again once all of this craziness dies down.

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About Derek Berry

Derek Berry is a novelist and spoken word poet. Derek is the author of Heathens and Liars of Lickskillet County (PRA Publishing, 2016). He co-founded and organizes The Unspoken Word, a literary non-profit based out of Charleston, SC, which provides an intendent home for the poetic arts through regular readings, workshops, and community fundraisers. He is on the Executive Board of the Charleston Poetry Festival, the inaugural production of which will be Fall 2017. His work has appeared in The Southern Tablet, Cattywampus, Charleston Currents, Illuminations, RiverSedge, and other journals.He has performed in venues across the United States and Germany. He has worked as a photographer’s assistant, busboy, and bookseller. He currently works at a curation facility for Cold War History.

Posted on October 22, 2011, in Blogging, books, Internet, novel, publishing, writer, Writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. May the Force be with you, Derek and thanks for the referral to the site.

  2. Awesome link, thank you! Good luck with the ACT, my daughter took it this morning too.

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