A community for the dedicated writer.
The traditional model of writers waiting—hoping—that usable feedback will magically happen upon their work is a setup for frustration. It’s lonely, fundamentally negating the concept of community. We Writers Workshop encourages writing teams—groups of writers mutually invested in giving and gathering feedback. Together, securely submit your writing, participate in weekly feedback sprints, and find those usable insights to improve your craft.
Since discussion naturally finds its way into aspects of the writing craft—and can often improve it—we know discourse is essential for our community.
Our discussion areas give writers a chance to seek advice on topics like plot, synopsis or proposal writing. When collaboration is needed, discussion can give way to the submission of a Writing Project where Member Critiques might offer more.
Through our dedicated Writers’ Exchange, our Writing Projects feature, and our team‑based feedback Sprints—we support a writer’s need for community.
Gathering feedback doesn’t have to be a messy endeavour. Our workshop provides special tools to help writers seek and manage feedback:
Our workshop offers weekly feedback sessions for focused writing teams. The heart of our workshop; perfect for writers2 needing regular feedback on an ongoing work.
Sign up, then create a Writing Project where you can securely post your long or short fiction—regardless of whether it’s your first or final draft. Better-polished submissions tend to earn better Member Critiques.
Don’t just wait around for critiques to come to you—explore other writers’ works and earn Critique Points by providing your feedback. The more you participate, the more points you’ll earn towards posting your work.
Take advantage of our Critique System—improve your writing through peer review. Then track your work’s evolution across versions. We keep the feedback organized so you’ll know where to find those insights.