This month’s prompts draw from the titles of seminal feminist books as well as the titles of important new books I have added to my reading list. I believe these prompts could be creatively inspiring to anyone. You certainly don’t need to be a feminist to participate, nor does your response piece need to be written from a feminist perspective. As always, I hope to accomplish two goals: to inspire you creatively and to encourage you to add at least one of these titles to your reading list.
There is only one rule to my prompt challenge: the poem or book title should serve as the title of your piece OR all the words of the title should be integrated into your piece somehow.
I LOVE posting your prompt responses on Brave & Reckless. I welcome your poetry, prose, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, essay, and art. I will accept responses to any of Other Voices, Other Rooms prompts on any day before March 31st.
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