16 days to go till Houston, Texas. Ready to get sunburnt. Practicing killer poems that'll probally score second... last. Plan thus far: Pack breezy white long sleeved clothing, 2 bottles of sunscreen, 2 bottles of insect repellant, 3 hats. Download app that reminds me to drink water. Any tropical climate survival tips for your cold … Continue reading BNV/VOD T-minus 16/23 Days
Train that literary muscle by running a writing marathon. Journeys start with a single step. 1: Make a setting for the story. Earth, 2018, suburban Toronto. Earth, 2018, the lost city of Atlantis that has been carefully hidden away for thousands of years. Earth, 2018, an ant hill near a nuclear missile launch pad, you … Continue reading Journey Prompt
On Sunday June 24th (happy Pride) I presented for a drama research program I was in. Young Peoples' Theater hosted a full day conference. Interesting academic side of things...
WordPress, you can do better. Happy about 5 likes. Sad about usage of 'awesome'. You're slowly strangling English. Dear WordPress... If someone thinks their coffee, their car, their carrot, their cheesecake, any mundane object can be described by the A-Word, they're wrong. Dictonary.com says of the definition: Causing or inducing awe; inspiring an overwhelming feeling … Continue reading Wrong Uses of the A-Word
3 random words. 1 story. 1 paragraph. Let the writing begin. In this excersise you will find 3 random nouns in a dictionary. Headphones Penguin Penthouse With that, create something with these three words included. Write under a paragraph, or a poem, story summary/pitch, or flash fiction. Of course you'll end up talking about these … Continue reading Writing Prompt