An interview on the importance of fiction, getting in the mood for lunch, a poem about an elvish king and a “found” poem about a snapshot, not to mention a dog singing and playing the piano. Lots of good stuff on the internet this past week.
“A Rainy Morning at the Dentist” by David Murray at Writing Boots.
“The Hitchhiker in Arizona, and a Place where Anything Could Happen” and “The Life of Faith: Less Sense, Added Meaning” by Shawn Smucker.
“Out of Egypt, Again and Again” by Richard Chess for Image Journal.
“Waiting for Applause” by Billy Coffey at What I Learned Today.
“Creative Disobedience” by Chris Yokel.
“Fiction & Literature: An Interview with Russell Moore” by Tim Challies at Informing the Reforming.
“In the Mood for Lunch” by J of India at Neither Use Nor Ornament.
“The Throne of the Elvish King” by Chris Yokel.
“Thomas Moore” by D.S. Martin at Kingdom Poets.
“The Reasonable Request” by Jim Schmotzer at Faithful Skeptic.
“Never like chicken” and “Cut the red wire & hope the bomb doesn’t blow” by Brian Miller at WayStationOne.
“Snapshot – a Found Poem” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.
“Bitter Tastes” by Chris Galford at The Waking Den.
Paintings and Photographs
“Haute Couture” bySusan Etole at Just…A Moment.
“Not” by Nancy Rosback at A Little Somethin’.
Videos and Podcasts
“The Day of Gifts by Paul Claudel,” read by Tom O’Bedlam at Spoken Verse. (I recently did a post for The Master’s Artist on this poem.)
Photograph: Sunrise by Jiri Hodan via Public Domain Pictures. Used with permission.