THE RULES:1. Read the 8-line poem (the title poem of the book!), found below.
2. Take a photo or short video that somehow responds to a line, word, or idea from the poem.
(For example, the whale in the above video refers to the second line, "In smooth gums, the teeth.")
3. Share the photo or video (through Twitter, Instagram, Vine, or YouTube), with this hashtag: #kettleshriek.
If you post the image/video to your own blog, post the link here in the comments. (Feel free to include the part of the poem you’ve chosen in your post--but you don’t have to.)
You have until midnight, July 12 to share what you create, as many entries as you like.
I’ll pick three to receive a signed copy of the book (I’ll get in touch with you and ask for your address), with special surprises tucked inside (woohoo!). I’ll also feature some of the posts here on The Storialist.
In the Kettle, the Shriek
In the kettle, the shriek.
In smooth gums, the teeth.
In a heart, the hole.
In the flat page, the fold.
In the skin, the scar.
In quartz or flint or granite, the spark.
In juniper, the gin.
In the shut window, the wind.
Happy creating! The video above is my silly example (silly is good).