Kodi Arfer / Wisterwood

Hey PMS writers, check out Scribophile

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#001 | willis5225 |
So I've been chilling on Scribophile, a website where you post writings you're looking to workshop and people give you feedback in helpful formats. You gain credits toward posting your own stuff by critiquing other people's stuff, so it's a system that works in theory, which is a good start.

In practice there's a lot of feel-goodery and what a less dainty poster might call "dickriding," but there's perspective to be gotten, and some of the users are good editors. As a case study, I posted one thing and got three responses: (1) tl;dr (2) OH MY GOD THIS IS SO GOOD I CANNOT EVEN CRITIQUE IT (3) A post with useful suggestions.

So yeah... worth it in the sense that I like editing things (I am so sorry, Chris; I totally have kindle-based notes for the next two chapters of Rebirth that just need to get transcribed). Your mileage may vary, but it's a neat interface and such.

Anihoo, the website is here: http://www.scribophile.com

Also, the impetus for this topic, the first guy I wrote a critique for just started this circle, and I was like, dude I know one of those:

It's pretty good for meeting people with similar writing interests, is my point.
Willis, it seems like every other time you post, I need to look up a word that's in the OED or Urban Dictionary but not both.