The Creative Writing Twitter Community

Over the past couple of months I have been doing my best to regularly participate in creative writing groups across the web. I not only find it enjoyable to write in a fictional fashion, I also enjoy reading from the huge pool of short stories.

Both Fiction FridayOpens in a new tab., by Write AnythingOpens in a new tab., and #FridayFlashOpens in a new tab., by JM StrotherOpens in a new tab., present a variety of reading material each week. There is so much content produced that I simply can’t keep up with both groups in a single day and spend time throughout the weekend catching up.

One of my favorite parts of the weekend is waking up early, putting on a pot of coffee, and heading down into my office to enjoy a cigar and read these excellent creations of flash fiction.

Being the author of a small personal blog, I know how frustrating it can be to produce content and not get much feedback. I try to share a little link love each week, on TwitterOpens in a new tab., and try to get a few more eyes on the pieces I enjoy reading. I don’t share links to these stories hoping to get some return linkage (which would be great), I do it because I genuinely enjoy reading them and wish to share. It is for the same reason that I “Share” links in Google Reader as well.

I find that each week I spend a lot of time looking up Twitter names to include with my links. For that reason, I’ve decided to make a list for myself. On that list, I’ll be including the name of the blog and the Twitter account associated with it. I’m also breaking the list down into categories so that finding a name on the list is a little easier.

While this list may be for my own purposes, I hope you get some use out of it. In the event that you would like to be added, simply leave a comment with the name of your blog, a link to your blog, and a link to your Twitter account. I’ll try to incorporate all of the submissions.

Fiction Friday

  1. A Fullness in BrevityOpens in a new tab.@revhappinessOpens in a new tab.
  2. A*MUSINGSOpens in a new tab.@shellihowellsOpens in a new tab.
  3. Annies MusingsOpens in a new tab.@AnnieEvettOpens in a new tab.
  4. Drawing Pictures With Mind CrayonsOpens in a new tab.@thehedgemonkeyOpens in a new tab.
  5. JohnPender.netOpens in a new tab.@JohnLPenderOpens in a new tab.
  6. NewToWritingGirlOpens in a new tab.@New2writinggirlOpens in a new tab.
  7. Out of the WastebasketOpens in a new tab.@herrvoiceOpens in a new tab.
  8. The Bank PageOpens in a new tab.@ThePiratessOpens in a new tab.


  1. Crone’s Cauldron Publications@gracecroneOpens in a new tab.
  2. Eric J. Krause’s Writing Spot@ericjkrauseOpens in a new tab.
  3. Future NostalgicOpens in a new tab.@FutureNostalgicOpens in a new tab.
  4. LandlessOpens in a new tab.@TonyNolandOpens in a new tab.
  5. Icy SedgwickOpens in a new tab.@icypop
  6. J. Dane TylerOpens in a new tab.@DarcKnytOpens in a new tab.
  7. Mad UtopiaOpens in a new tab.@jmstroOpens in a new tab.
  8. ShadowritesOpens in a new tab.@wulfshadoOpens in a new tab.
  9. Sulci CollectiveOpens in a new tab.@ExisleMollOpens in a new tab.
  10. Techtiggers’ Soapbox@techtiggerOpens in a new tab.

Writing Adventure Group

  1. India DrummondOpens in a new tab.@IndiaDrummondOpens in a new tab.
  2. Kate McIntireOpens in a new tab.@girlfrenkateOpens in a new tab.

In addition to this list of Twitter accounts, I also have a running list of RSS Feeds. After submitting your Twitter name, head on over to my RSS Feed List and submit that as well.


Hi There, My name is Walt White and as the name of this blog suggests, I am a Pennsylvania resident. In addition to having numerous hobbies that I discuss on my blog - Iā€™m also the father of three little girls and a pitbull.

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