I’m so honored and downright glowing with excitement over being a part of the 2016 Fantasy Faire LitFest!
So who remembers the Steve Martin movie “The Jerk?” You know that scene where he finds his name in the phone book, and he’s all excited, jumping up and down, yelling “I’m somebody! I’m somebody!”…. Yeah, that was me reading this post, lol!!
Please do come on down and join me on Wed., April 27th from 3:30pm – 4:30pm pst. The topic will be SL Flickr Photo Story Challenge for Beginners – it will be an exercise in creativity, a fun project to get your creative juices flowing, writing stories inspired by SL photography. You don’t have to be a ‘real photographer’ or ‘real writer’ to participate – just bring your sense of fun and wonder and you’ll do just fine! Your story can be based on your own photos or someone else’s, and I’ll provide a list of links to some great photos to choose from.
Personally, I can’t wait to see the LitFest area, being built by Elicio Ember, creator and owner of Cerridwen’s Cauldron creations! That in itself rocks! His stuff is AWESOME, let me tell ya! Watch the 2016 Fantasy Faire web site for details (just click the article below), and I’ll also post the slurl here when it is available. Woohoo!!
Words of power are coming to the Faire for our second Literary Festival (LitFest)!
Over the ten days of the LitFest, there will be talks by authors, discussions, creative writing sessions and performances.
LitFest events will be taking place in the Pavilion on Otherworld
This year the emphasis is on creation, as a number of the leaders of creative writing groups in Second Life bring their regular events to the Faire, and welcome newcomers who want to join in with such events as the “Poetry Prompt” with Leslye Writer, where people are given a prompt word and write for 20 minutes then share what they’ve written or the “SL Flickr Photo Story Challenge for Beginners” with Prettyflower Vale.
And there is our own special daily story and poetry writing challenge. Every day, we will be inviting you to put your Fantasy Faire experience into words. The Faire is brimming with…
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