Pearl Girl loved the Giant Sparkly more than she had ever loved anything in her entire life. She watched television with he/she/it, took baths with he/she/it, sat out on her high rise condominium patio and watched sunsets with he/she/it. Pearl Girl especially liked to look at the pretty Giant Sparkly. Well, she liked to look … More Episode 8–Pearl Girl’s Weekly Borderline Breakdown
From his button eyes inside his button head, Button Boy watched the button monkeys ride around on Skeletor’s giant purple panther. Button Boy guessed that the giant purple panther didn’t like the button monkeys riding him very much because he snatched one of them in his jaws and snapped down on it like it was … More Episode 7–Button Fleas
By Christine Haggerty August 2016 My darkness soars on raven’s wings, black and slick with dreaming, while an equine rides on Hell’s vast tides, and the demons follow, screaming. –screaming while I’m dreaming on the shores of Hell’s vast tides. The goblin king of shadowed things flies down on scales, creeping. “Here, my child,” he … More A Midnight Poe-etic
First Poetry Poker deal of the new semester. Highlighted words are from the deal. Write your own poem and share in the comments!
A few years ago I published the first half of this poem–although I wrote it too many years ago to count. For a finale in my creative writing class, we all wrote our own ‘game’ poems and I decided it was a good time to add a little more to mine. It is not finished. … More START OVER?
As I promised, here’s a rap sheet you can use for developing the character details you need for writing them into a fight scene. Like I say in Write Fight Scenes, I don’t use this sheet. I use a 3×5 notecard with shorthand. This sheet is merely to help you get started. You will need … More Write Fight Scenes Character Rap Sheet