Longreads is powered by the #longreads hashtag on Twitter, so if you’d like to create your own page, just tweet a link to a story from your Twitter account and include the #longreads tag in your tweet.
This will automatically create a page for you at longreads.com/yourtwitterusernamehere.
No sign-in or registration required. Feel free to share your Longreads Page with fellow readers. (Tweet a link with the #longreads tag so the whole community can see your story picks.)
Before you get started, take a look at what other people are sharing with the #longreads hashtag, and check out how the stories look in our Community Picks section.
What should you share? Pieces that inspire you—non-fiction or fiction—and you can include links to features that you’ve written or published. (It’s all about the right mix.)
Here are a few examples:
New and old stories are both welcome—they should just be over 1,500 words and on a single web page (non-paginated is preferred, no PDFs or EPUBs, please).
For more Longreads community guidelines, see our FAQs.