Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Arduous Journey

Interesting post from Lisa Cron over at the Writers Unboxed site: “Why the Hero’s Journey is a Tourist Trap.” Cron describes attending a lecture given by a professor of the Lucas/Moyers/Campbell storytelling school: you know, the Heroic Journey, in which … Continue reading

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Mother Fiction

(Old Woman Reading, Wybrand Hendricks, 1744-1831) Congratulations are in order to Scribblers member Jo Tyler, whose sly dialogue-only flash fiction piece “My Mother” is published over at Flash Fiction World. Check it out — it clocks in at a lean … Continue reading

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The William S. Burroughs Tour of St. Louis

The Burroughs childhood home, at 4664 Pershing, described in Junky as a “solid, three-story, brick house in a large Midwest city,” sold this summer for $475,000 according to Zillow. The real estate listing: Welcome to 4664 Pershing Place. This home … Continue reading

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