Articulations is the category where I collect all the examples of my articulating myself. Examples of my creative writing published on the site. (For posts about the writing process, look under At the Quill.) Though there are a number of pieces that don’t sit neatly under a sub-category, you’ll find most of my creative writing collected as poems, stories, extracts of longer pieces, or memoirs.
My poems published here vary from the haiku-short (The Bear’s Dream), to the slightly longer (Pome Poem). Some rhyme (Fouad the Suave Zouave) and some are perhaps better described as free verse (Swimming alone). There are some that play with verse forms (An Oddly Haunted Cinquain) and some that are just jokes (Wultan Warrior). There are also some translations from Swedish, for example A Whisper Heard in Babel.
My short stories and flash fiction also range in length. There are the ones written for Twitter in the 140 character days. (Though I cheated and threaded several tweets together in The Inglenook Incident). Then there are the ones constrained by the 100 word maximum for contributions to the Friday Fictioneers (Time’s arrow thuds home ). More recently, challenged to limit myself to 1000 words I produced The Phrenological Conformatory.
Finally there are the memoirs. Short stories about my doings in the past (My radio days), about my family (Bibliomania in the family), and in a few cases about absent friends (Disparate days, I am diminished).
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Most recently updated 15 September 2019