Is the "Creative Writing" topic for short stories or is it really more of a "how to" topic?
There is a Short Story topic, Flash Fiction topic, etc. so I am wondering what types of hubs are best to place under the topic of creative writing, or is it simply a choice. I think any kind of fiction or non-fiction stories could be placed under the Creative Writing topic, but what is best? Or is it best for commercial writing? It seems to be a broad topic, and maybe it is best to narrow down to a specific topic. Thank you for answering
I use creative writing for them, but if there is a theme like holiday or such you may want to use that. My last story I just put in creative writing though to change later to Easter because it was about Easter when I was a little girl and after I published it and it was featured in just a couple hours I tried to change it and it took me two days to be able to. So you might want to get it how you want it right away.
by Susan Britton 4 years ago
Write a Hub that is outside your comfort zone in 2015. (If you normally write informative articles, try a short story or poem. If you're a creative writer, consider a tutorial or explanation Hub.)This above sentence was copied from the Weekly hub news we received today. I started writing on...
by Mary Hyatt 8 years ago
What is your advice for marketing Creative Writing (short stories, poems, etc.)I have written many short stories and poems that I've never published because I don't know where to start. My family enjoys them, and I'd like others to read them.
by Wesley Meacham 6 years ago
How well do poems and short stories do on HP?I noticed a while back somewhere that HP staff had mentioned that creative writing such as poems and short stories don't do as well as informational pieces. I'm curious to know about the earnings of some of the people who publish a lot of these. Do you...
by John Hansen 3 years ago
A few of us poets and creative writers have come up with the idea of creating our own website specifically for all forms of creative writing. The catalyst for this is HubPages decision to create niche websites for various subjects. However they have stated that poetry and creative writing will not...
by Christy Kirwan 5 years ago
Creative writers over the age of 18 who are native speakers of English are eligible. If you're interested, please check out the latest Blog Post for details and info on how to sign up.
by Linda Jo Martin 9 years ago
Just wondering! I have a lot of old poems (I no longer write poetry often though I once did). I still write a lot of stories... especially flash fiction.I could put my poems and stories here on HubPages... but my main motivation would be to make money.So tell me... do you make money with your...
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