We haven’t done one of these in a long time. Our Haiku, Horror Story, and 2 Sentence Stories are doing so well, we thought we’d add one more, Continue the Story…
Welcome to our game for writers. It is an Exquisite Corpse. An Exquisite Corpse is a writing or art game where you complete the story, poem or drawing in parts. Each author or artist cannot see the previous artists/writers work. In this case we are writing a poem together. It is a poem about anything. […]
This will act as our prompt for this week. Noticed how I slipped this week in there instead of today’s prompt. Yes, I had to make some changes due to time constraints.
Here are 50 writing exercises to help you get the juices flowing. Writing sometimes seems to dry up. It is always hard to say why, but inspiration usually comes from writing.
Here is the result of our first Exquisite Corpse. Over 20 writers worked together to create it.
This is the Minister’s Cat, another game for writers. The Minister’s cat is the game people are playing at Scrooge’s nephew Fred’s house in many versions of A Christmas Carol.
Ok, I really enjoyed discussion on poetry here at EWR. I’m always looking to talk about poetry anyway. You probably know, if you talk about poems at all, not a lot of people are crazy about having this discussion.
This poems is one of my favs. I’m wondering what you think of it. I really want people to address the stanza that starts “Are your fingers long enough to play…”
Welcome to our weekly writing exercises page. We were publishing these as single posts, but we’ve found putting them all on one page is beneficial and easier for everyone. So each week you can stop by this page for new writing exercises and prompts. We are going to do out best to keep these up […]
Every week we are doing a poetry discussion. Right now we are only getting about one response a week, but lots of people are lookin’ at the page. Jump in guys. Let’s talk about this poem! Just say what you think, or make an observation. We are not looking for anything spectacular, but a little […]