So where are the forums, the groups, the social networks in which writers dwell in harmony and happy collaboration?

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    Possible duplicate of How Can You Find A Writing Buddy?
    – raddevus
    Commented Jun 3, 2016 at 15:42
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    There are towns named Harmony in NY, NJ, Wisconsin, Maine, and North Carolina, and I'm sure some writers live there, but I can't speak to collaborations, happy or otherwise. Commented Jun 3, 2016 at 15:50
  • I've been using Critique Circle recently. It's pretty good. If you do sci-fi/fantasy, Critters is good, too. Both come with typical online "Whoa, this dude is crazy" crap. But I'm sure that's what they think of me, soooo ...
    – Stu W
    Commented Jun 3, 2016 at 19:06
  • I'm afraid this question is too broad. There are a LOT of existing communities and resources! If you're looking for something for a specific purpose, or to fulfill a specific need, that's likely to be a fine question. But also, start by just Googling "writing sites" and "writing communities" - you'll find lots and lots :)
    – Standback
    Commented Jun 6, 2016 at 7:29

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Last time I was there, Forward Motion for Writers was a thriving, helpful group. Life issues stole the time which I used to spend there or I would still be an active participant. My favorite feature was the genre specific critique circles where I could securely share small section of my writing with a consistent group of similar writers and trade critique services.

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