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Exquisite Corpse

This last Monday, I attended the Creative Commons Celebration event in Seattle. As one of the evening’s participants, I participated (ahead of the event) in the creation of an… 10 more words

Writing

A Fate Unyielding

It was a cold winter evening in December, the moonlight creating an ambience as it reflected off of the snow. The river seemed dormant and frozen, yet she knew that underneath, it was teeming with life. 764 more words

Hope

Cadavre exquis, anyone?

Anyone wants to play with me?

I was brainstorming about what to do in The Cove today. I wanted to do something new, something special, and something that would be somewhat interactive… And I had this idea, that might not work, but hey! 281 more words

Blogging

Track-by-Track: "Don't Let It Go"

So far, “Don’t Let It Go” is the track from Thank You for Holding that has gotten the most compliments. Not sure if that’s because there’s no singing on it or because people like the guitar playing… Hmm… 402 more words

Music

Exquisite Corpse: Chicago Book Expo 2017

If I had known you weren’t going to hold onto the stroller, I wouldn’t have gone up the escalator with my baby. Now all these people are staring. 147 more words

Books

'Best leave it to the pros and cons': Exquisite Corpse poems, Fall 2017

Here are this fall’s Creative Writing classes’ poems written in the Exquisite Corpse method.  What I love about these lines is how they were created almost randomly but seem to have a kinda of weird logic. 409 more words

Poems

Surrealist Drawing Game: Exquisite Corpse

Exquisite Corpse is a drawing game that the Surrealists played frequently to produce collaborative drawings and images; this version was made up in the 1920s in Paris by the surrealists Yves Tanguy, Jacques Prévert, André Breton and Marcel Duchamp. 400 more words

Artwork