http://www.marketlist.com - a writers’ resource for all fiction genres
www.bsfa.co.uk - The British Science Fiction Association
http://www.sfwa.org - Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc.
www.everywritersresource.com - exactly as the titles suggests!
www.writersservices.com - the website for writers
www.writingcorner.com - one of the best reader and writer resources around
www.writing-world.com - an online community for readers and writers
www.writerswrite.com - a one-stop resource for information about books, writing and publishing
www.firstwriter.com - every writers indispensable internet resource
www.oneofus.co.uk - helps you use the web to improve your creative writing
www.writewords.org.uk - a source of inspiration and feedback for writers
www.mslexia.co.uk - for women who write
www.naww.org - National Association of Women Writers
www.author-network.com - an extensive range of resources for writers
www.ukauthors.com - a creative reading and writing community
www.ideas4writers.co.uk - thousands of inspiring ideas for writers, novelists and poets
www.winningwriters.com - competition information for poets and writers
www.shortstorygroup.com - devoted to the art of writing short stories and poetry
www.theshortstory.org.uk - dedicated to short story writing
www.writing.com - an online community for all skill levels
www.pageonelit.com - literary newsletter website
www.writersbreak.com - educating writers everywhere
www.writelink.co.uk - a resources site and writers’ community
www.absolutewrite.com - an up to date news site about the literary world
www.writersweekly.com - the highest-circulation freelance ezine
www.writersdigest.com - shows you how towrite better and get published
www.poetryonline.com - a great resource for poets
www.poetcasting.co.uk - a poetry podcasting project
www.novel-storm.com - innovative ideas for writing and publishing
www.writingroom.com - everything to do with writing!
www.ABCtales.com - a story and poetry site
www.coffeebreakforwriters.com - a monthly e-zine
www.allexperts.com - the largest free Q&A service on the internet
www.patent.gov.uk/copy - everything you need to know about copyright UK
www.copyright.gov - everything you need to know about copyright USA
www.societyofauthors.org - protects the rights of authors
www.writersguild.org.uk - supports writers of all genres
www.agentsassoc.co.uk - membership organisation for literary agents
www.plr.uk.com - about the public lending right UK
www.plrinternational.com - about the public lending right around the world
www.alcs.co.uk - protecting and promoting authors’ rights
www.rd.com - Reader’s Digest website USA
www.readersdigest.co.uk - Readers Digest website UK
www.ioj.co.uk - Chartered Institute of Journalists
www.bgtw.org - British Guild of Travel Writers
www.nuj.org.uk - National Union of Journalists
www.thebfp.com - The Bureau of Freelance Photographers
www.thecwa.com - The Crime Writers’Association
www.thrillerwriters.org - International Thriller Writers
www.britishfantasysociety.org.uk - British Fantasy Society
www.bsfa.co.uk - British Science Fiction Association
www.horror.org - Horror Writers Association
www.erotica-readers.com - The Erotica Readers and Writers’ Association
www.bbc.co.uk - The British Broadcasting Corporation
www.screenwritersstore.co.uk - a filmmaking store since 1996
www.timesonline.co.uk - good research website
www.guardian.co.uk - good research website
www.telegraph.co.uk - good research website
www.independent.co.uk - good research website
www.bscw.co.uk - British Society of Comedy Writers
www.bl.uk - The British Library
www.bodley.ox.ac.uk - Bodleian Library
www.nls.uk - National Library of Scotland
www.llgc.org.uk - The National Library of Wales
www.tcd.ie/Library - Trinity College Library, Dublin
www.writersandartists.co.uk - Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook
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