Got creativity? Art takes many forms, and all are welcome. Explore cratered asteroids before the space miners arrive, meet new friends you’ll laugh with still in twenty years, celebrate the engagement between a dragon and an orc, investigate farmhouses unchanged from an old memory, cheer for your city’s heroes (or villains, depending on your perspective). Trade a prompt or grab a spare, and see what happens.
|Cedar Sanderson||It involved a flatbed truck, a raccoon, the bones of a rat, and a dragon (or was it?)…||Becky Jones|
|Fiona Grey||Follow your dreams. Taken literally.||nother Mike|
|nother Mike||There was a king cobra in the kitchen sink.||
|Becky Jones||That big closet in the hall is very convenient. It’s quite large and makes for good storage space. One day you realize that there is way more stuff in there than it should be able to hold. You decide to clean it out. As you reach into the back of the closet you discover that it is much larger than is physically possible. What’s going on?||Leigh Kimmel|
|Leigh Kimmel||Little green Celtic figures dug up in an ancient Irish bog.||Fiona Grey|
Committment shy? Forget to send yours in? Save it for next week, and grab a spare below.
|Spare||When the gypsy fortuneteller says, “You need to find the sparkly hoozits,” you know exactly what she means. What is that sparkly hoozits you need to find, and why do you need to find it?|
|Spare||When they kicked the leg of the body laying in the underbrush, a swarm of flies flew up into the air.|
|Spare||It was Tuesday when they came out of the whole in the wall. No, not a hole, the whole in the wall…|
|Spare||You’re doing yard work in the back yard. As you finish up you notice that at the back edge of the yard there is an interesting little group. Three racoons, a couple of squirrels, and an opossum are sitting there. One of the racoons has a piece of paper in its hand and waves you over. You approach and the racoon hands you the piece of paper. What is on it?|
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