“This short story is about an android who like a human is on a quest to discover if he has a spirit and soul. The android is a metaphor for any human being who has ever asked do I have a spirit? Do I have a soul? And what is the difference between the two? At its core, the android asks what constitutes a human being? There is a whole universe waiting and it’s there inside of you and all around you.”
In a dying world, a mother carves out a brief moment to bathe her child and reflect on both her heartbreak and her salvation.
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Watch each the videos from the YouTube channels of Dark5 and Hybrid Librarian and choose an idea/theme from one of their videos. Write a short story or epic poem.
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Write a creative nonfiction story about the first time you met your invisible childhood friend. Didn’t have an invisible childhood friend? Write a fictional account or write about someone else who did have one. Yellow and blue make green so that must mean that in an alternate reality red and blue make… While at WonderCon in Anaheim, California, you see a man, dressed as Jessica Alba’s character Sue Storm (The Invisible Woman) from the move Fantastic Four running full speed towards a brick wall yelling, “But I’m invisible!” in a high-pitched […]