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For some writing practice, the August exercise is now up: Raising the Stakes. Show us a scene in which your character is faced with a rising stake, be it internal or external. In Writing Exercises now.

What's the most unusual word you've come across lately, and where did you see it? Check out the Word of the Day thread in our Research & Craft section.

If you're a writer, or would like to be, Research & Craft has discussions on all things to do with the craft of writing. Join in the Writing Exercises, request feedback on a snippet of your work in Critique Café, and join the Writers Workshop to exchange critiques of your work-in-progress. We have plenty of talented writers, including a number of published authors.

If you're a closet writer, too embarrassed to show your work to others, TheLitForum.com is the perfect place for you! Get feedback from experienced writers in a friendly environment - everyone had a first time, and lived to tell the tale...

The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired a lot of threads in our World & Current Affairs section. Join our members in the following places:

  • Discuss the COVID-19 Pandemic, and share reliable information, in our GENERAL DISCUSSION: Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and COVID-19 Information thread;
  • Looking for ways to cope with the information overload? Our members are sharing their strategies in the GENERAL DISCUSSION: Strategies, Sites, and Activities for Coping With Being at Home;
  • Stressed and needing to vent? Blow off some steam, get some reassurance, and put on a brave face in the GENERAL DISCUSSION: I Am Stressed About COVID-19 and Need to Vent;
  • Are you a teacher or parent (or both!) trying to manage remote learning? Share resources, challenges, and successes in the GENERAL DISCUSSION: How to Manage Remote Learning - Tips for Teachers and Parents