PLEASE NOTE: Writers’ Bloc has now CLOSED. Details here.
Information on this page is for historical purposes only.
New content is no longer being published on the site.
Listed below are links to the main sites of all Writers’ Bloc contributors so far. Be sure to go and read the words they use and the ideas they create when they’re not writing about writing.
- Abjective by Darby Larson
- An Unreliable Witness by Vaughan Simons
- Apocalypse Mambo by Howie Good
- Atmospheres of Perfect Silence by Roberta Lawson
- Bold Monkey by George Anderson
- Camroc Press Review by Barry Basden
- Chicken and Pies by Socrates Adams-Florou
- Dead End on Progressive Ave. by Eric Beeny.
- Down In Me by Ani Smith
- Embassy of Misguided Zen by Jimmy Chen
- Freemadore.info by P.H. Madore
- G D C S + S W D P by Blake Butler
- Getting Over The Moon by Lydia Unsworth
- Ghosts On The Roadside by Matthew Bionic
- Gus Van Sant by Ryan Manning
- Helen Dring’s Blog by Helen Dring
- Hey, Barbecutie by Bronagh Fegan
- Internet Addiction Word Therapy by Ty Bluesmith
- judegoodwin.com by Jude Goodwin
- kirstylogan.com by Kirsty Logan
- Late Night Taxi Driver Badminton by Chris East
- Letters to Ed by Isabelle
- Life In The Slow Lane by Thomas Sullivan
- Me and this Machine by Thom Young
- Music for Books by Reynard Seifert
- Neglected Neurons by Adam Graupe
- No More Hot Lunches for Eddie Socko by Mel Bosworth
- Nothing To Say by xTx
- Ontological Damnation by Jason Spidle
- Pandemian by Jack Pandemian
- Power is a State of Mind by Matt Tuckey
- Quesadrillas de Marlin Ahumado by Matthew Dexter
- reallyveryok by Adam Showalter
- Recommended Reading by Ravi Mangla
- robbtodd.com by Robb Todd
- Sam&Sara Motel by Lore Stein
- Sean Blog by Sean Lovelace
- Straight From The Heart In My Hip by Ethel Rohan
- The Clueless Collective by iDrew
- The Devil Reads Poetry by Colin Herd
- The Hungerjournal by Bobby Alter
- The Truth About Lies by Jim Murdoch
- Your Brain’s Black Box by Ben Spivey
We’re always keen to hear from potential contributors. Find out more about what we’re looking for, and how to send your writing to us, on our Submissions page.