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4 best sites for long-form writing

By Jane HaglOctober 12, 2016

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1. Medium

Developed by Twitter co-founder Evan Williams, Medium is an online publishing platform that is a mix of publications and blogs. Celebrities, the White House, average joes, artists, journalists and more all publish stories, poems and etc.

 

2. Longreads

Longreads, founded in 2009, features nonfiction and fiction over 1,500 words.

3. The Big Roundtable

The Big Roundtable publishes narrative nonfiction collective founded by Columbia journalism school professor Michael Shapiro. The site is inspired by the Algonquin Round Table ,a group of New York City writers who met at the Algonquin Hotel in the early 20 century.

4. Byliner

Byliner counts Pulitzer Prize winners, National Book Award winners and  New York Times bestsellers as authors.