So KJ has been telling me about this backyard ‘Saloon that these guys built just for parties and listening to live music at home. Its about the craziest man cave I have ever seen! She was thinking that maybe she’d like to do a photo and/or video shoot in the space. Now that I have seen it, I agree! You’d have to pay thousands to build a set to look like this place! And they just have it as they’re personal clubhouse. I love it. If you, or anybody else you know, have a space like this, please let me know. We are always on the lookout for cool locations for shoots. Its always better when they are pre-built like this one.
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So, I was just turned on to this guy on twitter @veryshortstory and it’s a fascinating new development for our short attention span world. Apparently it’s an example of a brand new form of writing called flash fiction. Flash fiction is a form of writing akin to brainstorming. Writers test out new material writing very short stories of just a paragraph or a sentence. This guy has gone to the extreme of writing short stories that fit into a tweet! That’s a story of 160 characters or less!!! And the crazy part is they’re good! It’s sort of haiku meets limerick meets short story. Seems like fun… I want to give it a try:
Suddenly the bed felt warmer, like a warm embrace as I noticed the pressure in my bladder was now gone.
Let’s hear your flash fiction!
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Standing Rock Cultural Arts
257 N. Water St.
Kent, OH 44240
WHO: Standing Rock Cultural Arts presents
WHAT: “Sundays at 1” Watercolor Painting Exhibition
-Featuring the Artists of Henry Walker’s Watercolor Class
-Henry Walker, Claire Culleton, Maureen Keller, and Tom Auld