I feel like I’m really in a good place with regard to my creative component of my thesis. I am loving the double-sided book idea Alan and I have been tossing around. Here’s what I’m thinking: Side A of my book,“Conversations With My Father,” begins with my death and travels backward to on 9/11. The […]Read More The Space Between
How does my story end? I wondered as I sat down for a writing session. Hmmmm…..and, When does my story end? For me, the ending may actually be the beginning. Playing with the idea of reverse chronology had me thinking about how far into the future I should explore. Would I be conversing with my […]Read More How does my story end?
Nonlinear narrative From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nonlinear narrative, disjointed narrative or disrupted narrative is a narrative technique, sometimes used in literature, film, hypertext websites and other narratives, where events are portrayed, for example, out of chronological order or in other ways where the narrative does not follow the direct causality pattern of the events […]Read More
Although I’m not quite ready to begin drafting any of the fictitious “conversations” with my father, I have been thinking about what they might sound like. What I might say to him. And he to me. The thought of spending countless hours “interacting” with my father again (even in an imagined space) is exciting. And […]Read More A Chronicle of Contemporary History??
In the required entrance essay to Kean’s Master’s program I rambled on about how I always thought of myself as a sort of “Jack of all trades” and that completing this degree would qualify me as a “Master of one…” So, here I am. The beginning of the end of my journey. I’m not surprised […]Read More Master of None??