Write a, hopefully fictional, story about losing a job you never wanted. Please make it as ridiculous as possible.
In response to The Olympics playing thirty minute stories on every athlete’s heart-wrenching story about how they overcame multiple tragedies to get where they are… Write the story of how you became a writer, despite having no personal obstacles: how privileged you were, and how everything was just handed to you.
Write about what happens when someone gives up something beautiful and gentle for something difficult and dangerous.
Adam’s example: an ex who traded in two kitty cats and a bunny rabbit for a scorpion and two tarantulas.
Your mirror has confessed all of your darkest secrets to a one-night stand, who is now infatuated with you. What happens next?
Write about the city where you grew up, or the city where you were born. Teach us something we couldn’t learn otherwise.
Adam is unsure where he was this week. Most likely he was visiting family. He doesn't know who wrote this prompt; whether Simone made it up, or whether he asked one of the Cantab Servers to come up with this prompt, but he wants you to know he was not feeling this sort of philosophical at any point in 2012. Though, now that he thinks about it, wasn't there a Brian Ellis poem about this?
What is the nature of time?
Based on your previous answer, does time exist?
Based on your previous answers, is it possible to step in the same river twice?
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