I started a publication on Medium and it has been a whirlwind of me not knowing what I'm doing, but doing it anyway. The publication is called Epilogue.
Epilogue focuses on personal stories about writing. It is a behind-the-scenes glimpse at an author’s process or experience. Ideas for story ideas are endless as long as it relates to the overall mission of writers on writing.
If you’re a writer for Epilogue, I want to know you. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook — you name it. I’ve even set up a Twitter account for Epilogue and a closed Facebook group for the Epilogue crew. I am serious about building a community. Writing can be isolating. We need more spaces to share and meet others.
If you aren’t a writer for Epilogue, I want to know you, too. Community is not just for writers. And if you’re part of Medium’s partner program, you know how important it is to have a supportive group of followers. It often starts by learning about the site and writing good content, but forming connections with others on Medium seems like a natural step, as well.
Find out more by reviewing the submission guidelines. Or let me know if you have questions. If you want more information and the occasional update about writing for Medium, please let me know by signing up!