6 definitions by poeticteddy

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An occurrence in which two or more writers set a time limit, such as ten minutes, or thirty minutes, to write or type as fast as they can on a specific topic or to add onto their current novel. The person with the highest word count at the end of the time limit wins the word war.

A word war may take place on AIM, IM, Gtalk, or any chat services, over the phone, or in real life.

Usually, one person says to start and the two or more people type on Word as fast as they can.

Often used during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) or any WriMo (Writing Month) to boost word count.
Let's have a word war on Gchat at 9:00 tonight for fifteen minutes.
by poeticteddy December 28, 2007
1) A participant of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) or any writing month, such as JanNoWriMo or April Fools.

2) Writing month.
1) I'm a crazed coffee-dependent WriMo during the month of November.

2) This WriMo I'm planning to write a novel of 100,000 words.
by poeticteddy December 28, 2007
a blog service that is simple, yet elegant. A place for writing.
i have a blog at tastyword. do you?
by poeticteddy October 27, 2006
An occurrence in which a writer writes for an extremely long period of time, such as an hour or more at a time. The writer may take breaks between binges and resume writing.

It is often used during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) or any WriMo (Writing month) to increase word count.
Last night I had a six hour writing binge.
by poeticteddy December 28, 2007
An event during the month of April (changed from June) in which participants attempt to write a screenplay or stageplay of 100 pages or more. The playwrights who write 100 pages or more are winners. The brainchild of Chris Baty, the creator of both Script Frenzy and NaNoWriMo.

Participants may begin writing April 1. The deadline is April 30.

The official site: www.ScriptFrenzy.org.

Have more questions? Check out the Script Frenzy FAQ: www.ScriptFrenzy.org/whatisscriptfrenzy
I only wrote twenty words during this year's Script Frenzy.
by poeticteddy December 28, 2007
The founder of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) and the writer of No Plot? No Problem!, a book designed to walk its readers through NaNoWriMo.
Chris Baty has amazing ideas.
by poeticteddy December 28, 2007

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