Tag: 88 Maps by Rob Carney

Poetry prompts that inspire + submission call – Terrain.org, DEADLINE: May 30, 2017

I may be a bit biased (because I’ve sat in on his classes and enjoyed his performance poetry for years), but Rob Carney’s guest blog posts on Terrain.org are not to be missed! Each post is a story, a poem, and will give you a little insight to his writing process. […]

Poetry prompts that inspire + submission call–Terrain.org, DEADLINE: May 30, 2016

I may be a bit biased (because I’ve sat in on his classes and enjoyed his performance poetry for years), but Rob Carney’s guest blog posts on Terrain.org are not to be missed! Each post is a story, is a poem, and will give you a little insight to his writing […]

Spelling & w-a-t-e-r: a poem and prompt by Rob Carney

Rob Carney shares a story of learning to spell and homesickness in his December blog post for his series Old Roads, New Stories: A Blog Series on Terrain.org. The blog posts are short and full of writing inspiration. This post provides inspiration for how to describe emotion using imagery. “I miss […]

Where do jack-o-lanterns come from? (Write your own origin poem/story)

Rob Carney gives his take on  the origin story of jack-o-lanterns in his Folklore blog post for his series Old Roads, New Stories: A Blog Series on Terrain.org. The blog posts are short and full of writing inspiration. This one is a great example of an origin story. Use comfortable and creative […]

What is an “Inventory of Weird” and how can it push your writing to the next level?

Rob Carney explains exactly what he means by “Inventory of Weird” in his Evolution blog post for his series Old Roads, New Stories: A Blog Series on Terrain.org. The blog posts are short and full of poetry wisdom. This one focuses on how to watch for the weird and then […]

What is an "Inventory of Weird" and how can it push your writing to the next level?

Rob Carney explains exactly what he means by “Inventory of Weird” in his Evolution blog post for his series Old Roads, New Stories: A Blog Series on Terrain.org. The blog posts are short and full of poetry wisdom. This one focuses on how to watch for the weird and then […]

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