Writers are already tooling up for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), which doesn’t even begin until November 1.

But what if you’re a glutton for keyboard-based/death-march suffering, and simply can’t wait?

You’re in luck.

ScriptFrenzy challenges you to write a 100-page screenplay in the month of April, which means if you’ve finished editing last year’s NaMoWriMo novel and find yourself idly watching I Love Lucy reruns, then it’s time to learn how to write dialog.

And just in case the world’s poets haven’t already suffered enough, here’s a way to force yourself to write a lot of poems (NaPoWriMo?? Really?)

National Poetry Writing Month

Aren't poets already angst-ridden enough?

No matter what you write (every month feels like National Copywriter Overwork Month here at the Underground [NaCoOwkMo]), there’s a website that invites you to abuse your Carpal Tunnels writing it for 30 days at a time.

Who says it’s only congress that is crazy?

See you writing all the time, Tom Chandler.