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Castle Catflap Writers' Gallery (published and unpublished London writers) (Frances Castle)
The Commonplace Book on Writers and Writing (collection of quotes by writers on writing; modeled after the old genre of the "commonplace books") (U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Creative-Writing.ch (creative writing site with writing activities and featured works)(Franz Andres Morrissey, University of Bern, Switzerland) (Franz Andres Morrissey, U. Bern, Switzerland)
The Darkside of the Moon (includes a "Literary Work of the Week" feature; Jeff Fratesi)
Amanda McGuire (Michigan State U.), Introduction to Creative Writing (student work from course)
Homepage of Permutations (machine-generated verse and prose, acrostics, Markov chains, etc.; includes links to other machine-text sites)
Selected Resources:  
Raymond Queneau, A Fairytale as You Like It 
Raymond Queneau, one hundred thousand billion poems 
Postmodern Culture: Creative Works 
Readers and Writers Resource Page (Web Feats)
Silly Little Troll Publications 
Suite101.com: Resources for Writers ("reviews of software, books, and web sites for creative writers") (Roxianne Moore)
S.W.A.P. - Salem Writers, Artists and Publishers 
Tameri Guide for Writers ("site covers the writing, editing, formatting, and marketing of literary and dramatic works")
trAce Online Writing Community (includes work of hypertext fiction writers) (Nottingham Trent U.)
The Write News (online newsletter relating to writing, writers', and publishers' issues) (Writers Write, Inc.)
Writer's Gateway (Oregon and Northwest writers)
Writers' Software
Dramatica (storywriting software and theory) (Screenplay Systems)
Software for Writers (plain-text list of downloadable software) (Ngaire Genge)
Suite101.com: Resources for Writers ("reviews of software, books, and web sites for creative writers") (Roxianne Moore)
Writers Write: The Write Resource (advanced, extensive site with resources for the writing community; includes lists of paying and non-paying fiction/non-fiction markets, jobs for writers, writers' conferences, writing schools, writers' homepages, chat, etc.) (Writers Write, Inc.)

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