Category Archives: #gowrite

The “Telephone” Poetry Challenge

It should be fairly well known by now, at least in these circles, that Kathy and I are huge fans of Robert Okaji and his poetry. A few days ago, our beloved poet shared a published poem of his that … Continue reading

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November Writing: Journey With Us

Greetings, Over the past year, we at Brigit’s Flame have offered prompts and contest formats designed to inspire writers of many types to explore, exercise, and hone their skills. We know that the irregularity of the due dates has caused … Continue reading

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Submit: Hubris

Please submit your entry for the week four prompt Hubris in the form below. Thank you for writing with us this month.

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On The Topic of Fight or Flight: A Great Scene

Fight or Flight is the topic for this week’s writing submission. I think it’s an awesome one and suits the storyline I’ve been working on. In my writing I find one of the hardest things to write is a good … Continue reading

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Inspiration Found: The Flotsam And Jetsam Approach

We have a topic for week two that is both awesome in its possibilities and daunting for its possibilities. The Mysterious. What do you think of when you read the word? Is that first thought story fodder or does it … Continue reading

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Writing Sprints Three – May Theme “What is Reality”

As promised, I bring you another writing sprint. Interview your favorite character in the story Ask them the following questions: 1. Does it take much to get you angry? Or – What would frost you enough to start a fight … Continue reading

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Genre Trajectory & The Writer’s Comfort Zone

My Short Fiction Writing professor loved visual aids. She often had a fat black marker in hand during class and rarely missed the opportunity to slash an invertedĀ check mark-like shape across a dry-erase board (or one of our papers) while … Continue reading

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