Featured Fig: M. Prince


“I find that my best pieces usually are inspired by a variety of books, comics, TV shows, and movies. I can be inspired by an art style, or a writing style, or even by something like a disclaimer. However, I find that inspiration doesn’t strike often, and so in order to keep myself writing, I’ve found that I can churn out pieces quite well under pressure (read: contests).” – M. Prince Continue reading

Featured Fig: Natasha!


“I love Figment for finally getting me out of my shell and being able to share my stories with the world. The people on Figment are amazing and offer such genuine feedback and encourage me so much more to write. It’s basically a place to make writer’s dreams come true, and I love knowing that it could happen to me too one day.” – Natasha Continue reading

Featured Fig: ➳FollowYourArrow ♥

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“Never, and I mean never, be afraid to share a story. A half-constructed story shared with the world is better than a novel trapped in your head. Also, don’t be afraid to look to your real life for inspiration: write about your friends, that trip you took last summer, or that guy you see everyday at the bus stop. It might seem boring to you but for a reader it’s something new, and we’re all just looking for a good story.” Continue reading

Featured Fig: L. R. Bauer


“I thoroughly enjoy all the encouragement, honest feedback, and constructive criticism the members of Figment offer each other on their writing. Being a part of such a warm, welcoming environment has definitely improved my writing for the better.” – L. R. Bauer
Congratulations for being our latest Featured Fig! Continue reading