A businessman with a supernatural power must decide whether to follow or reject his dying mother’s wishes, knowing it will be painful either way.
Except: “Ariadne and the Minotaur”
In a retelling of the Greek myth, young princess Ariadne discusses an impending war with her brother, the Minotaur.
A young boy returns home after a long journey, and finds himself aching for the life he had to leave behind.
Tutor Training Essay – Internal POV
Observations on my own work and that of my former tutees, especially where internal POV comes into play.
“In the Cemetery Where Al Jolson is Buried”: Character Desire via Avoiding Death
An in-depth analysis on Amy Hempel’s short story, focusing on how the author conveyed the characters’ wants through their avoidance of discussing death.
“Science and Creativity”
A look into the science behind creativity.
A short post on the basics of self-publishing.
Helpful tips and tricks to help readers conquer their first Camp National Novel Writing Month experience.
“Oodles of Doodles”
A brief discussion of the benefits of doodling for creativity.