52 Wonderful Twitter Chats for Writers

Writing is often a lonely endeavor for professionals and college students alike, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many places for writers to find help and inspiration for every part of the writing process. One of the newest sources of support is on Twitter, through a wide variety of writing chats. Writers on Twitter only need to use and search for a given hashtag to participate, and most groups are very welcoming to those with different interests and levels of experience. Here, we’ve listed some of the most popular and potentially valuable chats on Twitter. Covering a wide range of topics, you’re bound to find a chat that meets your personal needs as a writer, and you may just make a few new friends in the process.

Slow Chats

These chats don’t always have a set time or day that they meet. Writers and readers simply post to them whenever they come across something they’d like to share with the community.
  1. #litchatThis group is not only a great place to get inspired to write, it can also help hook you up with some great books to read. Chats are held every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday but if you miss a meeting there are transcripts on the group’s blog.
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3 thoughts on “52 Wonderful Twitter Chats for Writers

  1. Thanks for the post. I've been on Twitter for only about a year and have learned so much in that short period. Yet, I recall how lonely it felt being such a newbie to it all. This post is sure to help many.

    -Jimmy

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