When you write, think, or speak,
do slavering razor-toothed metaphors scrabble at your creative mind's henhouse hinges like starving similes?
Does your keyboard spontaneously soften and sprout green hairs when underutilized? Need a quick cure for scriptophobia? We're delighted to be of assistance.
Pop a fresh battery in your helmet lantern and enjoy a spelunk through EveryAuthor.com. You'll find an ever-expanding treasure trove of literature through the ages -- enough for eons of illicit cubicle or classroom online reading; a myriad of writer's resources to help enable your undernourished self-expressive capacities; and a virtual Pandora's box of prosaic postings, critical gives-and-takes, cuttings-and-dicings, slashes-and-burns, and particularly quids, pros and quos, in our new critical forums for experienced and aspiring writers of all ages and niches, the name of which we plan to think of later. Wait! We just thought of it. It's called "The Untitled Forum".
click here to visit literary blogs created by our members, and
click here to vault typewriter-first into our writers forums (By the way, you need to register separately over at the forums to post there. Feel free to use the same username you use for posting on your blog).
Enjoy your stay, and come back often. Your brain will thank you.
So what can I do here?
Well. If you're a writer of prose, register and you will instantly have your own, personal blog space where you may post your work for the world to see, whether it be original works of fiction or nonfiction, essays on literature, thoughts on publishing, or what-have-you. Naturally you may also read what other people are posting on their blogs. Inappropriate postings are, of course, inappropriate and may lead to the deletion of your account, so use some common sense regarding what you post.
Registering, by the way, will open up a wide range of additional handy features.
If you find other members whose work you particularly enjoy reading, visit their profile and request to add them to your "buddylist". That will let you quickly see whenever they post anything new.
If you're looking for rigorous critical commentary, try registering at our discussion forum. A thick skin, we might add, is a must; one thing you won't be is coddled.
You may also wish to explore our ever-expanding library of classic literature for inspiration or sheer enjoyment. We're adding on the order of 30-50 new, classic books every week, so check back frequently.
Note: EveryAuthor is primarily intended for the posting and discussion of works of prose.
For poetry, please register a separate account at our sister site, EveryPoet.