Tag Archives: Writing

On Being a Don Quixote

Most people that write are compelled to create. It doesn’t mean they’re the next Hemingway, or that you should care. It’s just they can. They’ve figured out a process. The words spin around their heads, an idea they want to … Continue reading

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New Story Posted: “Cleopatra’s Needle, Part Two” by David Alexander Craig

Check out the second installment of David’s evolving psycho-sci-fi-supernatural-dream-myth series, “Cleopatra’s Needle,” here or under the “Writings” tab above. From the story: Somehow, you’ve been drawn into Cleopatra’s needle, but the interior space is not at all what you would’ve … Continue reading

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New Written Work Posted: “Workshop Comments, 2006” by Amanda Rybin

Check out Amanda’s insightful and hilarious string of writing workshop comments here or under the “Writings” tab. Here’s the author’s explanation of her piece: The following lines are excerpts from undergraduate creative writing critiques written by me about fellow students’ … Continue reading

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New Story Posted: “The Beach Breeze” by Brian McElmurry

Check out Brian’s funny and atmospheric story under the “Writings” Tab. Here’s the first paragraph: The skinny streets near Wilson High School, the sets of stairs before the school entrance and a white two-story building across the street. Black top … Continue reading

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Postmodern Joke

Wrote this last night after hearing some very good news! I once tried to tell a postmodern joke to a girl I had taken to be postmodern. She was a graduate student with me at the University. We were philosophy … Continue reading

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On Tao Lin’s Eeeee Eee Eeee

I say all this because I’d like to tell you about the book by considering the reviews it has garnered on amazon. Continue reading

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