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Nominate Your Favorite Websites for Writers

Nominate your favorite websites for writers and it could appear in the Writer's Digest 24th Annual 101 Best Websites for Writers in our May/June 2022 issue. Deadline for nominations is Monday, December 13, 2021.
Writer's Digest 24th Annual 101 Best Websites for Writers Call for Nominations

Since 1998 Writer's Digest has created its 101 Best Websites for Writers list. Broken down into categories like creativity, agents, writing advice, and more, this list aims to help writers find additional reputable resources for every part of their writing journey. 

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED.

Just like last year, there is no limit to the number of websites you can nominate, though you'll have to fill out the form again for each new entry. You can, of course, nominate a site that you manage or own (don't be shy!), and you can feel free to share the nomination form with your website readers/followers. However, websites selected to be featured in the final list will be chosen based on the quality and accessibility of the content, not the number of nominations they receive.

The last day to nominate websites is Monday, December 13, 2021.

Nominations submitted to our email address or in the comments below will not be considered. Please only nominate via the form listed above.

View the complete list of the Writer's Digest 23rd Annual 101 Best Websites for Writers here.

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