people all over the world are making a list of 365 people they've met during the course of their lives - people who left an impression and whose name they remember - then they're randomly writing a set number of words about someone on their list. They're
Jennifer is the love of my life, the glue that holds all my toothpicks together, my bestest friend in the world, my green velvet beetle bird, my chipmunk zoo, my oh, my mine and more, always and all ways more.
I should have known better. No one gets away scot-free. Certainly not ex-exotic dancers. Not even ones with fifteen and a-half community college credits and a legitimate chauffeur's license...I'd imagined a person had to do a lot more than flare her nostr
Peter Ciccariello is an interdisciplinary artist, poet, and photographer, whose current interests are in experimenting with the fusion of text and images in 3-D computer graphics environments, and exploring the possibilities of poetry as landscape.
Once your work on your novel is under way, one of the toughest foes you'll face in your quest for ultimate success—outside of your lack of talent or limited access to famous or powerful people—is the devilish problem of procrastination.