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A whole other kittle of fish

“But there’s always another story, there’s always another way to see the shape of things,” comments Ali Smith in her gorgeous not-quite-novel Artful. Stories, for us, are all about learning other ways to see the shape of things, whether we stand with Scout on the Radley porch or lose our way in Bloom’s Dublin.

So for this week’s writing prompt, we want you to imagine things from the perspective of the monster under your bed. Is he scared of the human above his bed?

A story never told (cc) Felipe Morin

Image (cc) Felipe Morin/ Flickr

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