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Click Here for the Six Week On Line Beginners Sequence
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Click Here to learn about the Storyarts Listserv, an interactive email forum (not a chat room) that allows you to share your work and comments with others in a monitored (no pornography, no advertising, no chain letters, no flames) environment.
A listserv is an interactive email forum (not a news group) that allows members to share email files, in this case creative writing. The Storyarts Listserv functions as an on-line interactive creative writing workshop. Members post their work, and post comments on the work of others. You will not be ridiculed here, and no one is going to go out of his or her way to correct your grammar and spelling. No one expects you to be perfect. You are welcome as you are, just so long as you like to write.
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Type "subscribe' in the subject box. Do not use the quotes or include any other characters. Just type subscribe in lower case letters.
Your name and email address will be added to the list.
The rules of the list are as follows: No pornography. No advertising. No political or religious proselytization, no hate messages, no personal attacks, no personal slanders, no forwarded messages without list approval, and no attachments. This is a "closed list" and non-members cannot submit to it.
The list is highly recommended to those who are attempting the six week fiction and non-fiction sequences. Other writing is welcome so long as it stays within the guidelines listed above. The list discourages the chapter by chapter submission of book length works.
Presently there are about 40 active members on the list. List traffic is not heavy, usually less than five messages a day, and can be reduced to one message a day if you chose the "digest option" which combines all messages for that day into a single file.
The list especially welcomes beginners. We expect you to be over 18, or to have your parents or guardians approval.
A collection of on-line novels
A publication of The Bad Subjects Collective
The Geoffrey Chaucer Website
First-Person Narratives of the American South, 1860-1920
North American Slave Narratives, Beginnings to 1920
Library of Southern Literature, Beginnings to 1920
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet.
Civil War Women
Civil War Women, On-line Archival Collections
African American Women
African-American Women, On-line Archival Collections
"Exploring Amistad," presented by Mystic Seaport, the Museum of America and the Sea.
The home of geography standards on the Internet.
The American West
On line Writing Lab
* Editing and Proofreading Strategies for Revision: web page or PDF
* Higher Order Concerns (HOCs) and Lower Order Concerns (LOCs): web page or PDF
* Proofreading for Commas : web page or PDF
* Proofreading Strategies: web page or PDF
* Proofreading Your Paper: web page or PDF
* Steps in Editing Your Papers: web page or PDF
* Annotated Bibliographies: web page or PDF
* Annotated Bibliographies Example: web page or PDF
* Literary Terms: web page or PDF
* Image in Poetry: web page or PDF
* Pattern and Variation in Poetry: web page or PDF
* Sound and Meter in Poetry : web page or PDF
o Meter : web page or PDF
o Sound : web page or PDF
o Works Cited : web page or PDF
* Using Metaphors in Creative Writing: web page or PDF
* Writing a Thesis Statement: web page or PDF
* Writing about Fiction: web page or PDF
* Writing about Poetry: web page or PDF
* Writing Definitions: web page or PDF
* Writing Description: web page or PDF
* Writing Essay Exams: web page or PDF
* Writing about Literature: Some Helpful Things To Know: web page or PDF
* Sentence Punctuation Patterns: web page or PDF
* Run-ons, Comma splices, and Fused Sentences: web page or PDF
* The Apostrophe : web page or PDF
* Commas after Introductions : web page or PDF
* Commas vs. Semicolons in Compound Sentences : web page or PDF
* Commas with Non-essential Elements, with 3 exercises and answer keys: web page or PDF
* Proofreading for Commas: web page or PDF
* Using Commas: web page or PDF
* Using Hyphens: web page or PDF
* Brief Overview of Punctuation: Semicolons, Colons, Parentheses, Dash, Quotation Marks, and Italics : web page or PDF