DAU Original Lit. SuppliesDAU Original Lit. Supplies3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
You do not need much of anything for my class, but a friend pointed out that you can never go wrong with a supply list. I figured I might as well go a step further, and explain a bit.
Notebook paper or a notebook. While you don't have to write things down by hand, sometimes it helps to get off a computer and do so. Writing things out can give you a feel for the way something is headed, and it's a good way to have a type of hard copy draft. Last year I had a computer crash that wiped out everything that I had not sent to a RP partner. Fortunately, most of my story ideas and notes were in notebooks, so I still had them to build back on.
Writing instruments. A painter is usually very picky about their brushes, I know I am whenever I try to poke a painting. As a writer, you should think of your writing instrument in the same way. During school, you may be required to use a pencil, but on your own, it is your choice. I myself prefer pens, and especially enjoy it when I can get
My universityI belong to a university,My university3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
that's really quite a smurfcity,
where everyone loves the food,
and everyone's awesomely cool.
They teach everything that you can think,
from how to draw an eye that winks,
to how to make your poems sound,
malicious and scary all around.
The founder is a friend of mine,
I'll do my best to keep her in line,
but she does so like to play,
with her students in every way,
Remember you can teach too,
submitting an application is all you have to do,
or being a student would be quite nice,
though, I would prefer to have rice.
DAU Original Lit. Intro 001DAU Original Lit. Intro 0013 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
The first thing you need to know is that the old saying of 'sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never hurt me' is a complete and utter lie. This is a story told to young children to keep the bullies at bay.
It's also rather insulting.
Words can hurt just as readily as any stone or stick. They can tear as a knife would, burn like fire, and poison like arsenic. They can be fired as though from a gun, entwined in leather for the whip.
Of course they can sting like bees, honey or hornet, haunting your every step.
Healing comes with this hurt, because words can sooth the soul just as they scar. They can defeat hungry beasts, and even the mighty hound Cerberus was once tamed by words, sang from a broken heart.
Words can be used as balm on a physical wound, just as they can rouse a tired bull into one more struggle.
So when you sit, or stand, or any other method of writing you want to use, you need to know this. Anything can be at your fingertips, literally. You can mak