- Atlantic Monthly's Post
- Among the magazine's many discussion forums is one devoted to Arts and Literature.
& Noble Book Forum: Fiction and Literature
- Discussions about fiction. There's also an Author
Chats series in which well-known authors answer questions from site visitors in real
- The many book-related discussion forums here include ones for poetry and fiction. Run by
the Books.com on-line bookstore.
- Fictech for
Novelists' Inner Circle
- An on-line "Club for Writers" devoted to discussion of writing and critiques
of work. No fee to join.
- Open discussion centering around topics raised by the writer-in-residence. There's also
a forum in which participants can critique each other's work, and each week the
writer-in-residence critiques one of the poems posted in this forum.
- New York Times Round Table
- A discussion forum devoted to books of all kinds, with many literary topics. There's
even a section for beefs about reviews that appeared in the NYT Book Review.
- The On-Line Writery
- Forums for both poetry and fiction, devoted mostly to workshop-style feedback on
original writing. Sponsored by the University of Missouri-Columbia.
- Poets & Writers Speakeasy
- Offers a number of informal on-line conferences hosted by members of the Poets &
Writers staff. You can get advice on the business of being a writer, discuss topics
relating to articles in Poets & Writers Magazine, or get feedback on your own
writing in an on-line workshop.
- Poetry Society of America
- A forum for topics of concern to poets. There's also an on-line workshop where poets can
get feedback on their work.
- Web Del Sol BBS
- A forum for workshop-style feedback on original writing, a forum for issues concerning
Web publishing, and a forum for general literary discussion.