Comment on collaborative fiction, online at Northwrite.
I’m probably not the only person who thought it would be nice to write fiction for a living.
This (go! look!) is gorgeous. It’s collaborative response poetry between Michelle Elvy and Walter Bjorkman, up at Northwrite. Love the reflections of humanity in the different seasons.
From where I’m sitting, I can see several clocks — on my desk, mantelpiece, computer, phone and watch, but I never truly appreciated them until I read LONGITUDE by Dava Sobel (and enjoyed the film, starring Jeremy Irons and Dumble Michael Gambon).
Have you seen this? Spine poems — making poems out of the titles of books.
We shook the plaster dust out of our hair, stepped onto a little boat, and sailed to the Scillies.
Where do you write?
I received an absolutely gorgeous surprise this morning; a package containing THE WORLD’S FASTEST FLOWER by Charlotte Simmonds, a beautiful and evocative book of poems from New Zealand, sent to me as a prize from this year’s Flash Mob.
Sometimes I like to take myself away from my desk, and go foraging for interesting things. I’ve decided to blog about these days, under the #forays category. Today I headed over to Madron.
Competitions, open now.
Flash fiction, available on Kindle.
Yesterday was International Flash Fiction Day — an incredible global outpouring of tiny pieces of fiction, including Flash Mob and National Flash Fiction Day, which sparked the Scraps anthology and the incredible Flash Flood. There’s always a lot of debate about flash fiction; “what is Flash?” and all that.