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r/writing
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Discussions about the writing craft.
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r/StraussianReading
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Uncovering the esoteric meaning
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r/ZombieLit
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Welcome to r/ZombieLit
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r/Onegoodpage
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Good reading in small doses
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r/WritersOfHorror
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This subreddit is for writers who enjoy and write primarily in the horror genre. We accept any submissions of horror writings and any links having to do with writing horror.
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r/readwithme
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Listen along as streamers read out their favorite literature and authors discuss their works!
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r/riffdemonwrites
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This is where I post my writing, have discussions on literature, and in general talk about books I’m reading or writing.
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r/LitTips
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“The Devil is in the Details”, and the details are within this sub. If you do not see the details, post them. If you’re searching for more, ask.
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r/Deleuze
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Gilles Deleuze was a post-structuralist French Philosopher writing in the latter half of the 20th century. He worked extensively with Felix Guattari, most famously on the two Capitalism and Schizophrenia entries: *Anti-Oedipus* and *A Thousand Plateaus*. Discussions of their writings, whether it's about or inspired by Deleuze, is strongly encouraged.
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r/suggestmeabook
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Need an idea what to read next? Tell us what you've enjoyed in the past, or what you're looking for, and let the community suggest a book (or books) for you to read!
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