January 17, 2018

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What is Bibliophilia?

This is a forum for anyone interested in writing -- our members are a mix of editors, published and unpublished authors, and people who just like to read. You can use this forum as a writers' critique group or as a place to try out ideas. We also share writing tips and news about the publishing industry, as well as information about open markets (e.g. journals or an anthology call for submissions) where you can submit your writing for consideration for publication. You don't need to be a member to read the Writing Tips, Publishing News, or Calls for Submissions forums. Go on, enter the forum using the button at the top of this page and explore the public parts of our forum!

There are two parts to our site: Bibliophilia is our "public face:" the main internet page and public showcase for our members' writings. The second part, Bibliophorum, is a writers' and readers' forum linked to Bibliophilia. Bibliophorum has some parts that are closed to public viewing and are "for members' eyes only," and these are generally workshop areas where members can solicit feedback from other forum members on a story or poem to improve it. You must register to become a member to post in either section, but you don't need to be a member to read the works posted on our main page here, Bibliophilia.

Look, we're a small, friendly bunch. All of the writing here is in English, but our members are from all over the world, including Australia, the Philippines, Europe, Canada, the US, and more. If you want feedback on your writing, register, read some of the work already posted for feedback, and comment on it. You don't have to be a professional editor to have a valid opinion, so don't be shy! We'll get to know you, and be happy to reciprocate when you post your own works for feedback.

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