Tips on writing
Ten Rules For Writing Fiction personal dos and don’ts from Geoff Dyer, Neil Gaiman, Hilary Mantel, Andrew Motion, Jeanette Winterson, and many others (via Guardian)
* So You Want To Be A Writer author-teachers reveal their advice to writers (via Guardian)
Writing Tips From The Masters (via Gotham Writers’ Workshop)
The Collected ‘Maxims’ of W.G. Sebald, plus all that again and more on Sebald from Five Dials

Interviews with writers
* Paris Review interviews

Writing experiments and exercises
* Charles Bernstein’s Experiments
* Jack Collom’s brilliant Ecosystem Of Writing Ideas
* Allen Ginsberg’s Mind Writing Slogans
* Jack Kerouac’s Essentials Of Spontaneous Prose and Belief & Technique For Modern Prose
* Bernadette Mayer’s Writing Experiments
* A page of links for writing experiments I’ve developed myself.
* DIY: write your own exercises. Task yourself on them, and trade them with your friends.

* And join or start a writing group. Get your writing read by other writers and readers: it can only gain from it (though do be careful about the committee mindset that can develop: you can’t please everyone). If you are interested in being published, be aware that writing that has been tried on good readers is writing that has a greater chance of being published.