Imaginings, reimagined

My favorite writing exercise this year (so far) was during a class called “Fairytales Reimagined.” The premise was just as it sounds; reimagine classic tales, and give them new twists. There were some very creative writers in that group; one rewrote Hansel and Gretel and turned them into incestuous cannibals who turn on each other after making tapa of theContinue reading “Imaginings, reimagined”

“So you write, huh? What advice do you have?”

The punctuation goes inside the quotation marks. The people asking for advice do not require rudimentary grammar lessons, nor am I, duty-bound as a “real writer” and all, sworn to deliver those lessons on a gleaming platter of sanctimony and pretentiousness. It’s because that comment is, without a doubt, the one I get back mostContinue reading ““So you write, huh? What advice do you have?””