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Disconnected Phrases & Haunting Images: What Fills A Writer’s Notebook

Throughout the month of February, t.s. wright and I have been enjoying the Southeast Review’s Daily Writer’s Regimen. On Day Twenty-Two, Anne Valente’s Craft Talk, “Constellated Images” was featured. I will now share this with you. ANNE VALENTE “CONSTELLATED IMAGES” … Continue reading

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July 2015 | Month-o-Minis | Week Four

Marcus Tullius Cicero, one of Rome’s greatest orators once said, “The beginnings of all things are small.” Let this be the spark for your last submission in our Month-o-Minis – the seed for your beanstalk, the frenetic atom that sets … Continue reading

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July 2015 | Month-o-Minis | Week Three

Since our word count is growing, I bring to the prompt this week things that start out small but can have a huge impact. Glitches As a writer, a glitch is a great device for change or chaos. It is … Continue reading

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Week Two Writing Topic | July 2015 – Month-o-Minis

The whole month of July we will be exploring small things to accommodate our tiny word count caps. For week two your prompt is: Doll’s Eyes I went through many dolls in my childhood. They sat on shelves, shared my … Continue reading

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