“This is not a poem. A poem should punch you in the face. Knock down your doors, Run into your house / And, Steal the words / Right out of your mouth.” Continue reading NEW! Short Film of Poetry/Prose: This Is Not A Poem.
10. Someone hands you a manila envelope at a diner. Inside is a secret message, but written in cryptic paw prints…
7. Write a short skit for these cats: Snoopy, Lil’ Bub and Grumpy Cat. Continue reading #Caturday #WritingPrompts! #amwriting =^-^=
“Phishing is a particular nuisance to those who use the Internet for business, such as writers, artists etc. Often it arrives in your inbox in the form of some job offer or some other product offered. Always check the email it was sent from, if you can see the source of it (some email providers, provide this service) examine it. Social Engineering can also take place in these malicious types of emails by trying to entice you to download certain documents, run programs or click on various links within these emails.” Continue reading The 10 Commandments Of Basic Security For DIY Authors, Artists & Creatives Online #infosec #cybersecurity
“Spoken Word is, alive. Sounds weird, right? But if you consider the best of it out there, it’s always about the performance, the presentation. Choose a subject matter that’s passionate and important to you. Doesn’t matter if it’s about bubble gum or world affairs, it should be powerful and remember to do it with a passionate attitude.” Continue reading 11 Powerful Tips for Producing #SpokenWord #Poetry
Please donate to a worthy cause! “Stigma Fighters has been featured in, WaPo, The Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today, The Huffington Post, and on Good Day New York.” Continue reading Please donate to a worthy cause, Stigma Fighters. Help authors and writers read their work at the NYU Bookstore in May!
1. String and colored Easter Eggs.
3. Write a poem, Haiku or short limerick about Spring.
4. Write your own film script for an Easter or Passover comedy holiday film. Continue reading #Spring And Holiday #WritingPrompts #Passover #Easter
“…the film is pure almost literary quality Art; meant to provoke and elicit a response from the viewer-consumer. And it does exactly that: You either love it or hate it. But you react.” Continue reading The Neon Demon: An In-Depth Film Review
8. Write a mock editorial about an inquisitive Munchkin cat. Make it about something you’d normally not write about at all. Continue reading #NEW! #Caturday Creative #WritingPrompts =^-^=
We’re back at, “The 52 Week Short Story Writing Challenge” after a brief hiatus during the holidays. Here’s this week’s prompt from @FuckinPrompts on Twitter. It’s FANTASTIC and hilarious, should be lots of fun to write :) Continue reading #52Weeks #ShortStory #AmWriting Challenge: Week 12 #WritingPrompt – We’re Back After The Holidays, Join us! :)
“I didn’t die as a factory worker who made your iPhone. I am a poet. I existed and died as one…. The factory was my prison, but words were my deliverance. I am immortal because of words.” Continue reading #52Weeks #ShortStory #AmWriting Challenge: Week 10 最后一块墓地 The Last Graveyard Of Our Youth
@squirrel_doom: “When registering for Spring semester online, you keep getting asked more and more specific questions on the form…” Continue reading #52Weeks #ShortStory #AmWriting Challenge: Week 11 #WritingPrompt – Plus A #WriteTips Download Graphic!
Originally posted on Barrie Writers' Club:
Hey, everybody! Join us for Word Up’s next event @ Unity Market Cafe & Studios. We’ll start at the usual 7 pm and feature one or two guest authors, followed by the ever-popular and always inspiring open mic. Guest readers for this month are Tracy L. Ward & Barrie Doyle. Barrie Doyle – Born in Wales, Barrie is a… Continue reading Word Up December 8, 2016