Join these three women who think they are who they are not.
One of them is relaying what she learned over the phone from the woman ‘Giving Advice‘in the previous post.
Illuminate the story, relying purely on dialogue, showing how the original advice is recycled.
photo: Sam Hood
‘All advice is autobiographical’ Austin Kleon
This woman is about to give advice that will unintentionally reveal who she really is. Write her life story as it becomes evident in this phone call.
photo: Bill Branson
Einstein was so much more than what they taught in school.
His theory of relativity articulated a fundamental link between space and time – the 4 dimensional space-time continuum, having three space dimensions: up/down, left/right, forward/backward, and 1 time dimension.
Though I still don’t understand him, I am enchanted.
“Lights All Askew in the Heavens”, write a 200 word story, based on this New York Times revelation from November 10, 1919.
In 150 words, tell us how this: became this:
Base your story on the premise: “this boundary we’ve created between humanity and our environment is artificial” by Bradley Cantrel
This enclosed bridge passes over the Rio di Palazzo in Italy, connecting the interrogation rooms to the Prigioni Nuove, the New Prison. It was named Bridge of Sighs by Lord Byron in the 19th century, because the view through stone grills was the last convicts saw of Venice before their imprisonment.
Photochrom Print Collection
Where is your Bridge of Sighs?
This is the front door of the Dalmore House in Scotland, completed in 1881, deemed uninhabitable in the early 1960s, and destroyed by fire in April 1969.
Life is short, and we are transient.
Walk through these doors and discover who lived here, retrieve their stories, reveal who they were by what they believed and what they built. Begin with: “In ruins we find out what was impossible after all.”