So, if there's one thing that annoys me is that I'll sometimes be discussing something online and don't have sources ready to go. Wikipedia is one thing, but it's not like I'm going to be able to just pull just the kind of article I wanted to pull up or remember the exact search string. So, I wanted to have a centralized source for me, and well, anyone who visits this site, to have a good writer's reference guide that'll explore some of the not-so-obvious parts of writing.
For instance, I'm not going to link to the Purdue Owl or Citation Machine or things like that. What I will link to are links that talk about writing diverse characters, story prompt generators that are actually worth a damn, writing communities that I've experienced to be very helpful or things that I feel could help you, the potential writer, add more complexity to what you write.
Some links will go to stories or articles, others will go straight to resources.
SPORTS JOURNALISM AT ITS FINEST
If you're wondering why a sports journalism section is here, it's because 1) duh I love sports 2) some of the best writing that's being done out there is sports writing. And I'm not talking about TEAM A SCORED MORE POINTS THAN TEAM B THEREFORE YAY TEAM A...I'm talking about the drama, the intrigue, the tragedy, the success, the human emotion