Windowed worlds, briefly shown
April 3, 2014 § 2 Comments
I love this. It reminds me of the “five materials” exercise we did in class a month or two ago (one of my revelatory moments, that was). You should definitely do this more often. And if you can give the scrap of paper some context, how much fun would that be? (“I’m writing this on the back of a page of a for-crit draft of a story that someone in my writing group wrote, for the anthology we’re going to publish”, or similar, but more coherently written!)
I like how you changed the style of your “I” at the end. It struck me, and made me wonder why.
[…] might take a leaf out of Cris de Borja‘s latest book and write my next blog post on the typewriter. Because materials are […]
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