Minecraft as Storytelling

Minecraft as Storytelling

  A little more than 10 years ago, I started to play Minecraft. At first, I just watched my father play Minecraft over his shoulder, but eventually, he got annoyed by my back-seat gaming, so he set me up with my own computer and Minecraft account. Once the...
Who Am I-Who Are You-Who Are They 

Who Am I-Who Are You-Who Are They 

  All novels, essays, and short stories follow this rule; the narrator speaks from a point of view you can recognize. There are five commonly accepted PoV’s: First-Person, Second-Person, Third-Person-Limited, Third-Person-Omniscient, and Third-Person-Objective....
Hybrid Books I Loved to Read with the Seasons

Hybrid Books I Loved to Read with the Seasons

Spring: Bluets by Maggie Nelson  “This deepest blue, talking, talking, always talking to you.” Maggie Nelson’s Bluets is one of my favorites due to its unwillingness to belong to any single genre. The poets call it poetry and the essayists call it a lyric essay, but...
Retell Your Own Folklores and Fairytales

Retell Your Own Folklores and Fairytales

Growing up, I am pretty sure many people have heard folklore and fairytale stories. Stories are one of the oldest forms of entertainment in the world. Pieces like Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, and The Three Little Pigs are all so well known that half the world...

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