On a typical Saturday, we offer you an image of Erika’s cats sharing their wisdom. We also ask you a question about your writing process. You don’t need to think of yourself Please feel free to answer in the comments section, on our facebook page, our twitter account, or all three.
Adam and Erika
This Week’s Question:
Is there a particular type of music you listen to when you write? A particular genre? Composer? Band? How loud do you listen? Ear phones or speakers?
Two cats, one large and orange, one small and grey, are sitting on a bed pondering life. The large orange announces: “Hey! I just finished a poem!” There’s a smile on his face.
The small grey has a more pensive look on his face as he asks: “I’ve always wondered. How do you know when a poem is finished'”
The orange’s smile becomes more strained as he says: “Well first you revise and edit.”
“Uh huh,” responds the grey.”
“Then you obsess over meaningless details until you drive yourself insane.”
“Wait, what?” asks the grey.
The orange goes on: “Then you get fed up with it and leave it alone for like six months.”
“Yeesh,” says the grey.
“Then you stumble across it and say ‘eh. good enough.'”