Prompt: using the phrase "Space Angel," write a poem about starting over. Give me space, Angel. His words pierced the crimson tide of Dawn. Truth ruptured into a million pieces, Of solitude and anger. Of self-doubt and danger. She screamed a silent lament of woe and sorrow. Space? If only (she swallowed) if only she... Continue Reading →
Note: I wrote this after hearing some asshole tell a brown-skinned person to "go back home." It got me thinking about this notion of ownership and what makes a home and an immigrant. I wrote this in response, and while I am sharing it here, I am not up for a political debate. You don't... Continue Reading →
Prompt: List 10 events a character could deal with in a story about an accident. This was HARD and the ideas that I came up with are unimpressive and lack creativity. However, I recognize that there is a pattern of loss in, and a significant distance between, my writing and my personal story.... Man takes... Continue Reading →
Writing Prompt: Set time for 30 minutes. Write a fictional narrative about basketball or something basketball related.
The Prompt: Set your timer for 15 minutes and write a story of violence. Write as much as you can for the full 15 minutes even if you have to repeat words or letters to do so.
In an effort to keep me on track with writing daily, I created this Excel Writing Log. It's free for your personal use and as long as you don't sell it to anyone or make it a part of any downloadable collection, feel free to share it.
Prompt The general premise of this prompt was given to me in a writers workshop. The first paragraph is supposed to come from the POV of a child- reflecting innocence while the second is more experience. This was a bit difficult for me because I don't ever remember being innocent... The voices of anger hover in... Continue Reading →