Creative Carnival: February 2010
Welcome to the February 2010 Creative Carnival edition!
What is this? It’s a chance to compile some great articles around the blog-o-sphere showcasing all sorts of writing. If you need to know more, or would like to submit an article for the next Creative Carnival, read this.
So, without further ado, grab a cup o’ joe, kick off your shoes and sit a spell, there’s lots of interesting reading just a click away.
Gracie Turner presents 100 Little Ways You Can Dramatically Improve Your Writing posted at Online Colleges.net.
Jenny Stowe presents Top 40 Scrapbooking Blogs to Remember posted at Masters In Healthcare, saying, “These are great idea sites for scrapbooking and recording your ideas, but could definitely be used for creative ideas for illustrating books and other types of writing.”
Lindsay Oberst presents Poetry: A Genesis in Three Parts posted at Word-Wild Romp, saying, “A series of poems based on one idea. Read them repeatedly. That’s what poetry is about. Let me know what you think.”
Bonnie Way presents This is Winter posted at The Koala Bear Writer, saying, “Just discovered your carnival and enjoyed reading through it. Wonderful resource for writers! Would love to participate, so here’s my submission. Thanks! :)”
[Ed. note: No, THANK YOU for participating!]
Sarah Clark presents Stupid Awesome Product: The P-Mate (Handheld Paper Urinal for Women) posted at The Mother Load.
Greg Laden presents Our Conversations Are Like a Cold Fruit Salad on a Dusty, Hot, Summer Day posted at Quiche Moraine.
Benjamin Solah presents Anti-Capitalist Themes in Fiction: Cliché or Over Scrutinized? posted at Benjamin Solah: Writer and Revolutionary.
Zhu presents A Bizarre Story posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “The news was everywhere in Canada. Of course, the gruesome nature of the murder is shocking but what may be even more disturbing is the randomness of the attack. The two guys didn’t know each other. There must have been a trigger but I doubt we will ever know.”
Terry Haferkamp presents The Key posted at Shadow Dwellers, saying, “They are mischief-makers and thieves. You will seldom see them, if ever. They cannot take the Key from you physically. Nor can they harm you.””
MaxwellDB presents Lake Ontario posted at MaxwellDB, saying, “Lake Ontario is a short science fiction story. It’s an objectively-written piece about a man alone on Titan, one of Saturn’s moon. He is a cog in an automated research machine– something that causes him great difficulty.”
This concludes the February 2010 edition of the Creative Carnival. THANK YOU for submitting your links! If you would like to see your work showcased in the March 2010 edition, please submit your links here. (Please, one link per blog. If you submit more than one link per blog, I will only use the first link submitted.)
If you submitted your link and don’t see it here, that probably means I received it after the deadline.
Thanks for visiting the carnival participants and don’t forget to check back March 13th for the next Creative Carnival.
(This has been cross-posted at Write From Karen)