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Meta-Fiction Revisited

Julie Proudfoot posted an interesting list of metafiction by female authors on her weblog Proud Foot Words. Rather than just reblog I decided to repost the list and add some additional commentary concerning Meta-Fiction. 1,243 more words


Writing Exercise: Meta

I walked in through the front door and felt the reassuring slam ripple through me as it closed behind me. The argument between Mr and Mrs Morris from flat five was silenced by the sealing of the portal. 418 more words



Today is the birthday of Miguel de Cervantes, the author of Don Quixote, which is a remarkable piece of seventeenth century meta-fiction. He was born (probably) on this day in 1547 possibly in Alcalá de Henares, a little north east of Madrid. 991 more words

Brilliant Europeans

THE WRITING WRITER: 10 Years Since Coheed Burned Star IV

From a writing standpoint, Coheed and Cambria’s 2005 album Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness offers several layers of interest. 833 more words


Six word stories; day well spent.


Line(s) of the Day #TheThingstheyCarried

They carried the sky. The whole atmosphere, they carried it, the humidity, the monsoons, the stink of fungus and decay, all of it, they carried gravity… 29 more words

Alex Raphael

Inside Jokes

I always thought that inside jokes had to be things you said to each other (like, “ya coded” in the fourth season of Grey’s Anatomy). But the more I hang out with write club, I keep discovering that inside jokes are little things that makes us laugh without words: blue hair, deer, an entire sentence of words that only begin with F, cat brothels, and a whole lot of other things that make no sense out of context. 155 more words