We have some wonderful submissions this week for your enjoyment and edification.  Here we go!

Resources/Tools

Number Trouble from the New York Times will help you get some agreement between subjects and verbs. Warning, this is intense editor stuff, so be prepared for the My Eyes Glaze Over Syndrome. As an antidote, here’s a link to a recent podcast at Writing Excuses on The Hollywood Formula for fiction and script writers. You’ll laugh, you’ll learn, and you’ll be annoyed to find out how much Hollywood manipulates our emotions.

Sharing our Work 

Saşa-Liviu Stoianovici presents Fugind prin peisaj pe timp de furtună, a video made with modified 90s video hardware posted at mutre, spații, combinații. If you enjoy ambient music and abstract art, you’ll love this. Even if you don’t, it’s still pretty awesome.

Creative People Paying it Forward

Raziel presents a thought-provoking challenge with his post Feed a Soul with that extra change in your pocket on his blog, Pens Or Swords.

That’s all for this week. Be sure to submit your article for next week’s Carnival of Creativity by Friday at midnight!

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2 Responses to Carnival of Creativity for October 16, 2011

  1. Janece says:

    Liz, thank you so much for linking up to my post. It was amazing how many writers could relate to it 🙂 And I love your Carnival of Creativity! Looking forward to checking out the other links.
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  2. Liz says:

    Thanks for allowing me to feature it, Janece! Feel free to submit something for next week, too 🙂

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