July 3, 2014
It’s Thursday Thought-day again, so instead of posting a prompt, I’m posing another writer’s question. Ponder, discuss among friends, consider, debate.
We write for different reasons at different times. Why do you write? Do you write to understand life more fully — to explore subjects, people, or places? To better understand yourself? Do you write to express and share beliefs? Do you write to create beauty?
June 26, 2014 Prompt #55
Instead of a prompt today, I’m posing a few writer’s questions. Think about them yourself, ask other writing friends, or discuss your ideas here.
- Do you write in more than one genre — for instance poetry, fiction, and essays?
- If you write in more than one genre, do you consider yourself, for instance, a fiction writer who dabbles in poetry? Or a poet who writes the occasional essay? Or do you feel equally comfortable in a range of forms?
- Are you able to be more playful in the genre that is not your official form?
- Within a given genre, do you practice or experiment writing in different styles. For instance, if you write literary fiction, have you tried literary mystery or speculative fiction?