Lit Drift for

I am thrilled to share the following press release:

Lit Drift is  a brand-spanking new blog, resource, and community for young adults dedicated
to the art & craft of fiction in the 21st century.

Besides editorial content, we’ve got daily creative prompts, daily short
stories, and a weekly free book giveaway called Free Book Friday. This week,
we’re giving away a copy of Couch by Benjamin Parzybok. We also accept
reader submissions-if you or your readers would like to contribute anything
from fiction to photography to mixtapes, we’d be happy to showcase it on our
website.

The site is free to use, no sign-up required, no strings attached. We just
genuinely want to get more teens and adults reading and telling stories-and
to have a blast doing it.

I browsed the site today and it looks like a lot of fun.  The writing prompt made me laugh and I think teens and young adults will really connect with LitDrift!

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2 Responses

  1. its kind of exciting and pretty fun..
    stories are more like treasure and they’ve got something more than any tangible precious materials have..
    stories are like bread itself, it has magic, its tells us what life is and teaches us how to live..
    LitDrift is something that teens or young individuals out there would definitely find something to connect with.. not only teens i guess, young or old so long as you love stories this is something for you..
    great!!

  2. This is awesome! I taught college freshmen for two years while getting my MA and now I’m switching to high school English (currently getting my cert). I love hearing about quality reading/writing blogs like LitDrift. It makes my job of searching for quality, exciting online resources that much easier.

    Also, I’m not much of a blog commenter, but I love yours and check it every day. I feel fortunate to be able to connect to middle school and high school reading/writing teachers through the Internet. It makes me feel less overwhelmed when I think about having my own classroom!

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