Hello Rewriters! Last November, John Koenig published a lovely little book titled The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows in which he provides words and definitions for feelings not yet identified or articulated. Here’s an example: Slipfast adj. longing to disappear completely; to melt…
Hello Rewriters! On Sunday, April 17 we invite you to chat about the March prompt, The Footnote Technique. We’re looking into inventive uses of the…
Hello Rewriters! Footnotes, considered the hallmark of academic precision – and possibly pretension and perhaps even pedantry – are a frequent target of…
Hello Rewriters! Tomorrow we invite you to chat about the February prompt, One Damn Thing After Another. We’re looking into parataxis, or the placing of…
Hello Rewriters! “Parataxis, like history, is one damn thing after another.” That’s Anahid Nersessian in The Calamity Form: On Poetry and Social Life, a…
Happy New Year Rewriters! In 3 days we invite you to chat about The Hundreds prompt sent in December. Who wouldn't want to grapple with this sentence…
We've missed you... Let's rewrite again! Images so often immediately spark a story. What’s the story behind this image? Tell a tale, fiction or…
Greetings from Sandie, Holly, Kimmie, and Mark from DesignInquiry. You’re receiving this message because you have been part of the Rewrite group…
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