2010-10-01 - I thought you were a ghost
Chris Howard is a software engineer who writes science fiction and fantasy books and short stories. He’s just finished his sixth novel, the first book in a new contemporary fantasy series. Seaborn (Juno Books, July 2008) is his first novel. He’s also an illustrator, working in ink, watercolors, and digital formats, with work in issue 10 of Shimmer Magazine. He writes and illustrates a weekly updated graphic novel, Saltwater Witch. His web site is www.SaltwaterWitch.com
Pieces Inspired by this Image
'You Don't Belong'
'The Natural End of a Clockwork Boy'
'Phenakistoscopes and House Tocks'
Publisher: Four Parts Press
Place of publication: UK
Simply put this is a creative writing site that puts the adage, "a picture paints a thousand words" to the test. The premise is that, each month, an image will be given as a visual prompt and you will have up to one thousand words to tell the story that you are inspired to write ... using your imagination as the canvas and language as your brush.
We are open to submissions of artwork to inspire stories and stories inspired by the artwork - how very Ouroboros of us!