First off, go and check out the Chinese Whisperings website. If you're looking for quality short fiction, posted regularly, you'd do well to check out the writers contributing to this year's anthology (Wow, would you look at that? One of them is me!)
If you're a writer who always has multiple projects on the go, then perhaps this post on A Big Creative Yes will be of some use - maybe it's time you stopped cheating on your existing projects with new ideas...
A lot of blogs talk about 'what you need' for writing, but Fuel Your Writing condense the basics into one post.
If you write sci-fi, particularly about aliens, then perhaps this post over on the IO9 blog might give you some food for thought!
If you're looking for visual stimulation, then check out Audrey Kawasaki's truly stunning wood paintings...
Or maybe the daily photography of Leslie R. Lee? His photos are stunning, and having spoken to him on Twitter for a while, he's a lovely guy!
In the same vein, agent Rachelle Gardner has come up with a list of eleven non-writing related things you can do to become a better writer over on her blog. She also has another interesting post on how to keep track of small details like character descriptions or addresses throughout a novel.
If, like me, you're in the "novel-writing" process, then check out this Write it Sideways post about the debate over short or long first drafts.
For trouble writing dialogue, check out the first of Annie Evett's dialogue series over on Write Anything. She's a very talented writer, and her tips are very useful.
And last but not least, no links post would be complete without a plug for my compatriots in Below the Fold. You can follow the links from my blog sidebar...