I know articles can be written on HubPages. Can you write fictional short stories on HubPages also?
Yes you can I have quite a few short stories on here as well as poetry.
As long as you write your own content and follow rules of decency, you can pretty much write what you want.
Yes you can. I place mine under Books and Writing - Writing - Creative Writing subtitles as do many others. If the story is long (more than 2k words) you may consider spliting it into multiple parts.
I have one story here I am working on with 2 parts complete and several more planed. You can check out part one and link to part two from here if you like: http://hubpages.com/hub/That-World-Part … ohn-B-Badd
Stories, long and short, are mostly what I write. I've even published a few of my novels by instalment.
So long as it isn't offensive I haven't seen any limit to the genre or formate that you decide to make into a hub. I have noticed that once you start, if you are successful you will feel pressure from your readers to make your hubs bigger and bigger and closer together in instances where you publish. What you choose to do with that pressure is up to you.
Yes if the story is your story and your don't offend anyone, use too much profanity and it is orginial you can write a story here on hubpages. I have already done it. Check it out.
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