Create a piece of flash fiction written from the perspective of the first object you saw when you woke up this morning. Your narrative should be no longer than 250 words. This is the first weekly prompt of September, so it is also the topic for our monthly flash contest: entries due by midday Pacific […]
Write a story as if you can’t see. Describe the characters and their surroundings using every sense other than sight.
Make up at least five terrible book titles (they don’t have to make sense!) and write a story based on the most ridiculous one. Submit your entries here.
Look at this painting: Promenade des Enfants (Children’s Walk) by Timoléon Lobrichon (1831-1914). Write a poem about it, in a style that reflects your initial response when you first saw it.