I love your balding head, and how when you sneeze, your pants soak with incontinence. Sometimes you don’t remember my name. On those days, a dark cloud of denial consoles my pain. The fourth time you served me wheat instead of rye, I devised a blueprint for a metallic mind. It would operate like clockwork, […]
I’ve been overthinking my writing lately–I mean, A LOT–so this piece is important, a reminder that writing doesn’t have to be planned to be purposeful.
Indirect characterization is one of my favorite ways to construct characters. It really puts the “creative” into creative writing.