Creative prose writing with Celtx

But That's Not All, Folks …

If you need to take a break from your work, select Save Project in the File menu at the top of the Celtx window.

If you are collaborating on the project with various artists or authors, you can upload your co-production to a Celtx server. The program offers a wizard to guide you through the formalities of logging on. To reach the service, click the Web Services button in the tool's taskbar. On top of this, Celtx offers a wiki, a forum, and a video tutorial. To access these resources, launch the matching options with your web browser in the Help menu.


Celtx is a feature-rich program, but despite this, the learning curve is not too steep: Computer newcomers should have no trouble navigating around the program, thanks to the intuitive interface. Of course, Celtx can't take one responsibility off your shoulders – that of being creative and brave enough to put your own ideas down on paper.


  1. Celtx project homepage:
  2. Fitzgerald, F. Scott. The Love of the Last Tycoon. 1941.
  3. StorYBook website:
  4. Writer's Café:
  5. Celtx download page:
  6. Mann, Thomas. The Magic Mountain. 1929.

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