For this week’s writing challenge, take on the theme of H2O. What does it mean to be the same thing, in different forms?
- by Robyn
- December 16, 2014
What if you had the power to rewrite history? You do.
‘Tis the season for suspense-building lists.
In this week’s Weekly Writing Challenge, tell us about what makes you, you.
- by Robyn
- November 18, 2014
This week’s writing challenge revolves around my favorite inspiration: eavesdropping.
Food evokes all the senses: the scent of pastry baking, the sound of a fork clinking on a plate… This week, make our mouths water with stories about pie.
This week’s challenge explores one of the oldest — and trickiest — literary devices.
Write a new piece using Nighthawks by Edward Hopper as your inspiration.
The idea that everything is connected becomes most interesting when applied to ourselves. For this week’s writing challenge, tell us about your own Butterfly Effect.
Pick a genre from column A, a style from column B, and blend to create your own delightful concoction. (Tiny paper umbrellas optional.)
This week, consider the unreliable narrator — a classic storytelling device — in your own work, no matter your genre.
For this week’s challenge, let someone else do the talking.