May is for mothers. This month, dedicate a picture book to a special woman in your life.
A lot can happen in a day.
Paperman is many things—beautiful, experimental, sentimental—but it's also an ideal example of how a simple device can connect your characters, scenes, and themes.
Tag, you're it! Write a poem, send it to a friend.
Dreaming of becoming a published author someday? Read this advice.
Celebrate Poetry Month with Storybird!
An English teacher falls in love while at a wedding in Hawaii. How can that help your stories?
Guest educator Rachelle Poth shares how she uses Storybird in her Spanish classroom.
In this month's Storybird Scribes challenge, create an entire story that takes place in one day.
Congratulations to our featured writers for March's Storybird Scribes writing challenge! Read all the stories selected by guest judge Kelley McMorris.
Bridge is an adorable short featuring four woodland creatures. It's also an allegory. But an allegory about what?
HarperCollins—the publisher behind Where the Wild Things Are, The Giving Tree, and Charlotte’s Web—has signed with our very own Jodi Kendall to publish Some Pig in the City. Read the details!
Illustrator Kelley McMorris is our guest judge for this month's Storybird Scribes challenge.
Short stories can pack a big punch if you simplify your structure and keep things moving.
Brave new worlds await in this month's writing challenge.
Get ready to fall in love with February's featured writers.
Playing with your story's point of view is a powerful way to create a fresh perspective and drill home your main theme.
In your mind, you're a great writer. On the page, not so much. The reason? It's The Gap. And it's not a shop for skinny jeans or overpriced tees.
We love art. We love story. Add some motion and you’ve got Friday Flicks, our spotlight on great animated shorts.
With millions of members around the world, the secret was bound to come out.
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