IF Community links and resources

Recent reader email prompted me to revise and expand my guide to ways to get involved with the IF community. But the IF community (or communities, I should say) have been dramatically expanding and diversifying in the last couple of years, and I’m sure I’ve omitted some useful content. Did I miss things you think I should have covered? Events or venues people should know about? Please feel free to comment and I’ll update with whatever seems like a good fit.

6 thoughts on “IF Community links and resources”

  1. The guide says to “check the sidebar” for more information about IF meetups, but that page is missing a side bar. The side bar on your blog seems to only appear on the home page at emshort.wordpress.com but not on individual posts or pages.

    1. Doh, thanks. I’ve fixed that in a slightly ham-handed way, but I’m hesitant to list all the groups in-line there because the roster of available groups has been changing rapidly lately, so I’d rather only have to update in one location…

      1. Would it be possible to have the actual sidebar there? There’s a bunch of great resources there; it’d be a shame if someone were to follow a link to your guide and miss all the great stuff in your blog roll.

        Unrelated: I think the guide would benefit from having a table of contents at the top, acting as a quick summary.

      2. I did poke at the sidebar thing, and I can’t immediately see a way to make WordPress put the bar on things that are categorized as Pages rather than Posts. Conceivably I’m missing something obvious; I may have another go later when I’ve got more time to devote to trying to figure it out.

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