Here's another poem from a five-word prompt. The words? FUCHSIA, WINE, MARRIAGE, CONTRIVED, WHISPER.
Author: Rachel Sandell
Rachel Sandell is a writer and editor from Washington State, where rainy days necessitate long books, hot chocolate, and plenty of magic. Though she specializes in speculative fiction and harbors a love for the dark and enchanting, she also dabbles in poetry and is the archive project coordinator for Fireweed: Poetry of Oregon. She is an MFA graduate from the Rainier Writing Workshop, and her short stories have appeared in SORTES magazine, Night Picnic Press, and Leading Edge magazine.
Sometimes you feel just a little insignificant.
How to Go from Two Characters Standing in a Room Talking to a Conflict-Driven Scene: The Promised Neverland by Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu
Let's take a look at one of my favorite examples of a character-driven scene with a sense of movement.
Interview with Mike Gosalia, Editor-in-Chief of The Tomahawk Creek Review
Special guest Mike Gosalia, editor-in-chief of The Tomahawk Creek Review, stops by to talk about the journal's first issue, the process of writing, and finding positivity in the world and literature around you.
Poem time! This one came from a one-word prompt: GUEST.