The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Week 4

At this point I think it’s fairly accurate to say that I do not stick to genre at all. I mean, they’re a starting point I guess, but I have a hard time staying there. Still, I’m writing, and that’s the important thing. Not only that, but we’re starting to tread deeper waters with regards to the essays. I did go on something of an amazon spree, downloading Hume, Montaigne, Franklin and a lot of the old philosophers. More than anything I think the essays are crawling their way inside my head and changing things up a bit. Whether for good or ill I can’t say, but I’m finding it much more relaxing to sit back and mull things over for a while rather than constantly spouting an opinion about something or other.

What I wrote:

  • The Story: The Last Bus Home
  • The Genre:  Sci-fi/Mystery
  • The Plot: A talkative bus driver helps another world and discovers the queen.

What I read:

Wednesday (day 22):

  • Short Story: Subject: Found S1 Ep1: Tumwater by Paul Sating
  • Essay: Split at the Root: An Essay on Jewish Identity by Adrienne Rich
  • Poem: Because I Will Be Silenced by Ha Jin


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