Photos For Creative Writing

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Deborah Cooper was the December/January winner for ‘The Let-Go’. Abi Hennig was the winner for February/March for ‘Now you see her’.This competition is run in partnership with The Writing District, The Writing Quarter and Creative Writing NZ. Please also include the prompt photo in your piece of writing (in your blog post or Facebook page) and/or the writing prompt photo date, so that we know which prompt you are using.

Deborah Cooper was the December/January winner for ‘The Let-Go’. Abi Hennig was the winner for February/March for ‘Now you see her’.This competition is run in partnership with The Writing District, The Writing Quarter and Creative Writing NZ. Please also include the prompt photo in your piece of writing (in your blog post or Facebook page) and/or the writing prompt photo date, so that we know which prompt you are using.

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“There is nothing harder than the creation of a fictional character,” the section on character opens.

“I can tell it from the number of apprentice novels I read that begin with descriptions of photographs.” By way of illustration, he skewers the kind of writing that is drawn from pictures.

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It’s not that my memory improved but, instead, that I started archiving these events and ideas with my phone, as photographs.

Now, if I want to research the painter whose portraits I admired at the museum, I don’t have to read through page after page of my chicken scratch trying to find her name.

This could be a link to your blog or Facebook page where you have posted your writing. Please also include the prompt photo in your piece of writing and/or the writing prompt photo date, so that we know which prompt you are using. Your entry will be automatically entered into our competition.

If you don’t have a blog you can sign up for free at The current writing prompt competition will close on September 30th, 2019. The competition is free to enter, there’s no word limit or limit on the number of entries.

“You know the style: ‘My mother is squinting in the fierce sunlight and holding, for some reason, a dead pheasant …

my father, however, is in his element, irrepressible as ever, and has on his head that gravy velvet trilby from Prague I remember so well from my childhood.”Wood’s perfect parody concludes with the indictment that an “unpractised novelist cleaves to the static, because it is much easier to describe than the mobile.” By contrast, Don De Lillo has said that single images inspired some of his novels.

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