Twitter for Writers

So Twitter has become an amazing tool for writers. It’s one of the places where I have met some of the most amazing writers, and learned a lot about writing. There are countless ways to get involved with twitter so I wanted to create a list of hashtags that can be joined in on to gain some great writing input in twitter.

First hashtags:

About writing: #amediting #amwriting #WIP (Writing in Progress) #writegoal : These hashtags are a way for writers to post their progress with writing, editing, etc.

#writing #writers #poets #writetips : These are for general communication with other writers, great to use with relevant links, tips, etc.


#writechat                        Sun                                    3-6 p.m. ET

  • General discussion of writing and writing life

#storycraft                        Sun                                    6 p.m. ET

  • General discussion of the creation of fiction

#scriptchat                        Sun                                    8 p.m. ET

  • Discussion about screenwriting

#poetparty                        Sun                                    9 pm ET

  • Discussion on the many different aspects of poetry

#litchat                                    M-W-F                        4-5 p.m. ET

  • Discussions between authors and readers, covers a wide range of topics

#mondaymention            M                                    All day

  • A way for bloggers to share their posts

#poettues                        Tue                                    All day

  • A way for poets to share their work, and post poetry related questions all day

#kidlitchat                        Tue                                    9 p.m. ET

  • Discussion of kid literature (includes Young Adult)

#faithlitchat                        Tue                                    9pm ET

  • Discussion of faith-based writing

#memoirchat                        Every other Wed            8pm ET

  • Discussion of non-fiction memoirs

#thrillerchat                         Wed                                    8pm ET

  • Discussion of thriller writings

#yalitchat                        Wed                                    9-10 p.m. ET

  • Discussion of Young Adult writings

#fantasytalk                        Thu                                    2-4 p.m. ET

  • Discussion of the fantasy genre

#bookmarket                        Thu                                    4-5 p.m. ET

  • Discussions of marketing books

#scribechat                        Thu                                    9-10 p.m. ET

  • Discussion about writing and publishing

#fridayreads                        Fri                                    all day

  • Sharing what you are reading

#scifichat                        Fri                                    2-4 p.m. ET

  • Discussion of sci-fi genre

#steampunkchat              Sat                                    6pm ET

  • Discussion of the steampunk genre. Topics vary by week.

#ufchat                                    Sat                                    6 p.m. ET

  • Discussion of the Urbam Fiction genre

#writersmovement            First Sat of month                6-7 p.m. ET

  • Where writers, publisher, readers, etc. meet up for support

#flitchat                        Sat                                    8 p.m. ET

  • Discussion of fantasy literature genre

I know I have missed some (there are so many wonderful chats out there) so please tell me what I’ve missed, or what chats you love the most!



  1. It’s unfortunate that most of these events are organized with ET in mind. As a European, that means most of them happen in the middle of the night.

    • Judy Black Said:

      That is very unfortunate. I know you can still find a lot of the transcripts for the discussions online, but it’s not the same as participating in them. I’ll see if I can find any more European friendly chats and send them your way! ❤

  2. Laura Said:

    Yesssssss thank you for posting these! I catch some of them some of the time, but mostly it’s just me checking my twitter and deciding I can stay for an hour or so rather than me actually scheduling anything. :/ Thanks again! 🙂

  3. randallweiss Said:

    This is quite a list. Thanks for sharing.

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