- Polka Dots (January 7, 2010) - Amid Hints of Sensation
- Surface (January 14, 2010) - Surface; also, Gateway* (December 4, 2009)
- Bread (January 21, 2010) - Just Desserts
- Felt & Impression (January 28, 2010) - The Man in the Fedora
- Red (February 4, 2010) - Partus Sequitur; also, The Lovers Spectra* (December 18, 2009)
- Mirror (February 11, 2010) - A Tautology, Part I and A Tautology, Part II
- Bell (February 18, 2010) - SPQR, Part I
- Bottle (February 25, 2010) - On a Sea of Oatmeal
- Green (March 4, 2010) - The Window Blinks When the Mirror Sees
- Hats (March 11, 2010) - Halos
- Sign (March 25, 2010) - Shadow and Sign
- Yellow (April 1, 2010) - Yellow Butterflies* (November 5, 2009)
- Box (April 8, 2010) - Gaia's Lust
- Pink (May 6, 2010) - Correspondence
- Mystery (May 13, 2010) - The Scheherazadi, Part I
- Pets (May 20, 2010) - Sagremor; also, Incredible Journeys Home* (August 17, 2009)
- Wrinkle (May 27, 2010) - In-Love-In-Law
- White (June 3, 2010) - White Supremacists Must Be Boring* (September 18, 2006)
- Candy (June 10, 2010) - Lollies, Stupid; also, Candy Girl* (April 13, 2010)
- Camera (June 17, 2010) - Window; also, Beauty is in the Eye* (June 20, 2009)
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Theme Thursdays, 2010: Volume 1
Yep, I'm still doing Theme Thursday (although I've skipped a few). It's a fun way to force creativity and the occasions in which I can combine the theme there with a Muse at The Tenth Daughter of Memory provide a bit of a challenge, as well. I can't say I'm satisfied with their resistance to "direct links," since it's practically impossible to go back and enjoy old entries, but c'est la vie. At least I can enjoy mine (the ones that don't suck, anyway):
I have, to date, read well over two dozen books on screenwriting and its related mediums (theatre, specifically). While most - if not all -...
* This is the first part of what will hopefully be a nine-part entry in the River of Mnemosyne challenge that's happening over at The ...
When great minds gather, things change. Academic and intellectual rebellion is a given. The status quo starts to bend. The pen, they say, is...
There's the Army. There's the Marine Corps. On paper, almost 100% identical in tactics, strategy, logistics, and mission. Sure, t...