What is this?
Some literature awesomeness in a journal? Yes, yes it is. But allow me to elaborate a bit more on that.
If you read ^Beccalicious
s My Prompt Journal (Lit Community Experiment)
you can get all the details.
Quick summary; prompts are awesome. They get you writing and give you new ideas especially to try something new or when you're running without muse. Here is where you can collect prompts for the days you're not inspired or you don't know what to write. So leave your prompts here, link me to your journal so I can drop off some prompts to you. Call your friend Ted and get him to make a prompt journal so we can both unload some prompts there... you see my point? I see my point.
Part of my artistic endeavors in 2013 is to start writing again more often since I haven't in quite a while. Though I may not post it (all), I need to start writing again.
That all being said; you too shall do this... if you want that is. If you're a writer, you definitely should!
Write a 100-word flash fiction that takes place at a circus. (*SadisticIceCream
Write about a photographer, but from someone else's perspective (*disrhythmic
Use "I wanted to hold the thunder in glass jars and write long letters on faded parchment; instead I applied to retail stores to fuel my obsessions for he easily consumed and quickly forgotten" (=SilverInkblot