Tom Woodward made a poetry prompt generator. I think it’s great, and you should try it out. 
[If Tom keeps making cool writing resources like this, then this blog is in danger of needing to be renamed to something like “Links To Tom Woodward’s Writing Resources”] Tom Woodward made a poetry prompt generator. I think it’s great, and you should try it out. 
[If Tom keeps making cool writing resources like this, then this blog is in danger of needing to be renamed to something like “Links To Tom Woodward’s Writing Resources”] Tom Woodward made a poetry prompt generator. I think it’s great, and you should try it out. 
[If Tom keeps making cool writing resources like this, then this blog is in danger of needing to be renamed to something like “Links To Tom Woodward’s Writing Resources”] Tom Woodward made a poetry prompt generator. I think it’s great, and you should try it out. 
[If Tom keeps making cool writing resources like this, then this blog is in danger of needing to be renamed to something like “Links To Tom Woodward’s Writing Resources”]

Tom Woodward made a poetry prompt generator. I think it’s great, and you should try it out

[If Tom keeps making cool writing resources like this, then this blog is in danger of needing to be renamed to something like “Links To Tom Woodward’s Writing Resources”]

#801

back in time from a future dystopia

I think an excellent and challenging exercise for narrative writing would be to select at random a handful of elements from The Periodic Table of Storytelling* by James Harris. It’s wonderful:

[make sure to click through for the full version]

*fair warning to teachers: unfortunately, some of this is probably not quite safe for the classroom.

This should probably be tomorrow’s writing prompt. 

Tom Woodward tweeted about the picture that goes with this prompt and said that it’s “begging for use as a writing prompt.” I couldn’t agree more; there’s a lot of story potential in this picture.
AND NOW THERE IS THIS: http://bionicteaching.com/trials/lemons/, made by Tom Woodward. Tom Woodward tweeted about the picture that goes with this prompt and said that it’s “begging for use as a writing prompt.” I couldn’t agree more; there’s a lot of story potential in this picture.
AND NOW THERE IS THIS: http://bionicteaching.com/trials/lemons/, made by Tom Woodward. Tom Woodward tweeted about the picture that goes with this prompt and said that it’s “begging for use as a writing prompt.” I couldn’t agree more; there’s a lot of story potential in this picture.
AND NOW THERE IS THIS: http://bionicteaching.com/trials/lemons/, made by Tom Woodward. Tom Woodward tweeted about the picture that goes with this prompt and said that it’s “begging for use as a writing prompt.” I couldn’t agree more; there’s a lot of story potential in this picture.
AND NOW THERE IS THIS: http://bionicteaching.com/trials/lemons/, made by Tom Woodward.

Tom Woodward tweeted about the picture that goes with this prompt and said that it’s “begging for use as a writing prompt.” I couldn’t agree more; there’s a lot of story potential in this picture.

AND NOW THERE IS THIS: http://bionicteaching.com/trials/lemons/, made by Tom Woodward.

writingprompts:

526

Maximalism & Minimalism

I got an email asking about this one. It’s dense, but it makes for a good writing exercise. 

Also, I’d recommend checking out Telescopic Text and trying to use it for this activity. 

indestructible and pain-free for a day?

[writing prompt #604 gets a remake]

#794

an evening of awesome