Tag Archives: literary fiction

Goals for 2019

Since I have eight months before I start graduate school (applications are in!), I have decided to focus on writing and art. I bought some big sketchbooks and paper to make text blocks for handmade books. I have supplies to try out acrylic pour painting. Basically, I want to write a lot of poems, write …

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Prompt–Sunday, February 12

I finished reading “Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence” by Nick Bantock. It is a novel in letters. One of the lines that caught my attention was in one of Griffin’s letter: “Art for art’s sake is best quarantined here in the old world. I crave an art that passionately transcends the mundane instead of being a …

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Grow as a Writer

Today I found seven old short stories and reread them. It was interesting to see my growth from fall 2009 to fall 2010. I cringed at one I wrote in fall 2009. Never will I mention that story again except as an example of how not to write a short story. And I noticed a …

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