A couple ways currently exist for you to promote your eco-writing and/or read others’ works here:
- The Writer’s Workshop is an experimental space at Dragonfly.eco. Writers may upload unpublished drafts for feedback and review. These can be sentences, random thoughts, story ideas, paragraphs, chapters, partial essays, poems, or short stories. Authors may also share tips, events, and so on. Visit the Writer’s Workshop to create an account and post your works. See the instructions on creating an account and posting your work. Note that this space is brand new, so please spread the word.
- The Dragonfly Library is a place for published writers to allow others to preview a sample of your work. You may also submit social media and ordering links so that readers can find out more about you. Please see the library’s Submit button for how to send your work to us for consideration.
More Online Reading
- Algernon Blackwood’s “The Willows” at Gutenberg
- Michel de Ghelderode’s “A Twilight” at Weird Fiction Review
- Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind and the Willows at Gutenberg
- Jack London’s The Call of the Wild at Gutenberg
- Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, A Whale at Gutenberg
- Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle at Gutenberg
- Jeff VanderMeer’s “This World is Full of Monsters” and “The Strange Bird” at Tor.com
- John Muir’s My First Summer in the Sierra, Travels in Alaska, Stickeen, Steep Trails, and others at Gutenberg
- Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, and on the Duty of Civil Disobedience at Gutenberg
Poetry and Prose
- Various authors at Poem Hunter