Posts Tagged ‘creative writing’

  • The moment I knew I was a fraud (writing workshop)

    April 22nd, 2008 | Uncategorized | admin | No Comments

    Fraud involves the use of deception for personal gain. That deception can include a number of acts, such as falsely representing oneself, failing to disclose relevant information or abusing a position. It struck me, as I stood in the lobby waiting for the limousine, that I was engaging in all of the necessary requisites of […]

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  • Six Little Words (writing workshop)

    February 22nd, 2008 | Sean's Writing, Uncategorized | admin | No Comments

    I REALLY DON’T LOVE YOU ANYMORE ¬©Sean Woodward photo credit: fatllama Those were the last six words he ever heard her speak. Anjers suspected, looking back, it was a spinning-tumbler, drum-roll, broken-lock combination of ever darkening events that had led them to that place. Her husband,for example. The sight of his body – dislocated, twisted. […]

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  • Jerusalem theme

    December 7th, 2007 | Sean's Poetry, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    Following on from last week’s warping of the Blake classic “The Tiger”, I had the opportunity to set the theme this time myself, as Jerusalem. I knew it would be troublesome for people to get to grips with. It’s very easy as a writer to only write about subjects you enjoy yourself or not know […]

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  • William Blake – Anniversaries, Parodies and Assorted Animals

    November 29th, 2007 | Sean's Poetry, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    ¬†photo credit: Copleys This week’s exercise was a little more unusual that most. The brief was to take a favourite poem and then rewrite it, replacing nouns with diffferent nouns, verbs with different verbs etc. Everyone seemed to share the consensus that it is a very difficult task which consumes time rapidly. Of course this […]

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