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African Studies Collection
African resources from the Indiana University Library.

The Amy Foundation: Christian Writing
A church-based writing site that recognizes that each Church Writing Group will be prayerfully and submissively led by the Holy Spirit. The Amy Foundation sees certain central characteristics important to the mission of discipling babes in Christ and other secular readers.

The Asian American Writers' Workshop
This Workshop is the premiere resource for writers, readers and publishers on literature written by Asians living in America.

The Association for Asian Studies: Links and Resources
A wide range of Asian information from official sources.

Canadian Writing Online
Resources especially for Canadian writers.

Cultural Studies and Critical Theory
A series of links to academic essays based around cultural issues.

Indian Express
Daily news and information straight from India.

Irish Literature
A portal for Irish writers on the web, or anyone with an interest in Irish Literature.

Native American Authors Online
A portal for Native American authors to share their writing, search for other writers, and browse tribal listings.

New Zealand Society of Authors
NZSA has been working for more than 60 years to improve the working conditions of writers in this country by raising their professional status and promoting their fair treatment by others. It caters for authors in Australasia and the Pacific.

Nuestra Palabra: Latino Writers Having Their Say
Over 100 Latino writers are profiled on this site, which offers the opportunity to volunteer and further the cause of promoting Latino writing.

South Asian Journalists Association
SAJA represents over 700 journalists in the US and Canada and offers membership, special events and regular meetings.

trAce Online Writing Community
trAce is a busy 24-hour online community for writers and readers across the world. We write, share our reading, critique each others' work, discuss our favourite books and talk all the time. We communicate by email and conduct live meetings and events via the internet. Occasionally we even come together in Real Life at conferences and workshops.

Writing for Religious Markets
A selection of articles to guide authors in the art of writing for religious groups. This site also provides links to a range of religious organisations, books, events and publishers.

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