This is a growing list of free and creative WordPress themes for storytellers and poets. All made with content in focus and clutter free experience, are responsive and full featured. Most of these are one column, mobile friendly and support fly-out menus, excellent typography and post-formats. Let’s have a look on them. ↓

Intergalactic WordPress Theme

intergalactic wordpress theme

Intergalactic is a visually brilliant content focused WordPress theme with one column layout and a slide-out menu. Beautifully decorated with featured images, this theme is perfect for story tellers and personal bloggers.
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Ryu

ryu

Ryu is a bold and clean WordPress theme with big fonts and excellent readability. Slide-out menus and widgets keep distraction out from the reading. Ryu’s typeface is nicely supported by a clean white background. Post format support, profile photo on top and social links make it ideal for personal bloggers.

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Editor

Editor

Editor is another bold and beautiful theme for content writers. Integrated with plenty of features and minimal design, this theme can be your first choice for a non-fiction writing blog.

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Singl

 

Want to show nothing but your content with a beautiful background? Singl will be a fit for it.
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Runo Lite

Runo Lite WordPress Theme for writers and poets

Runo Lite is a free One column, responsive and readable WordPress theme by La&La. Completely focused on content, Runo Lite was once my favorite WordPress theme. Simplicity is the creativity in Runo.

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Bushwick

bushwick

BushWick is a colorful blog theme for personal bloggers and writers. With a responsive header on left half of blog, you can allow your readers to focus on right at your blogpost… like a colorful magazine article.

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Manifest

manifest

Ported from Tumblr theme with same name, Manifest is the simplest wordpress theme ever. This one column wordpress theme with centered content and beautiful typography will make sure that your reader doesn’t anywhere.
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My Book

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My Book is a new WordPress theme specially made for content based bloggers. This mobile first, two column WordPress theme is highly responsive. On handheld devices, reading a blog article on My Book will feel like reading an e-book on Kindle. It can also be used to sell your products without using any external plugins.

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  1. All the listed themes are wonderful.
    You can try Mine Free WordPress Blog Theme, specially designed for bloggers. It has features such as Social media support, import demo content, translation ready etc.
    Visit here: https://goo.gl/WuAxmU

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