Month: July 2022
Writing Prompt #8: Cyclone Storms on North Pole of Jupiter!
The image below is a “composite image” collected by Nasa’s Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper, which is part of their Juno mission to Jupiter. There is an interesting article here if you’d like to know more about it. When I saw this, I immediately thought this storm (or storms?) would make for a nice writing prompt.…
Play Misty for Me (1971 Movie) Writing Prompt #7
We watched Play Misty for Me last night, which was a 1971 thriller directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. Jessica Walter also starred and did a good job, I thought, playing the villain. The book reminds me a bit of Stephen King’s Misery, which came out sixteen years later as well as of course the…
Juleigh Howard-Hobson’s poem, “When I Start Leaving These By The Tree That Grows In Front of Your House, You Will Wish You Never Met Me” will appear in the horror anthology, Superstition this fall.
Superstition—coming Fall, 2022. We have cast the stones, made sure the portal horseshoe is nailed with the luck pointing up, mumbled fervent prayers, and made oblations to our gods and patrons of fortune for the success of our upcoming anthology, Superstition. I’m happy to say that our initial rituals have met with success: Don and…