Unlikely Influences

I began this ongoing series of guest posts (with a few appearances by me!) in early 2015, and I’ve been learning a lot from it. Here they are in reverse chronological order.

What Aviva Bel’Harold learned about writing from painting her nails.

What Stephen Cox learned about fantasy from reading Mary Renault.

What Vincent H. O’Neil learned about writing from theatre.

What L.S. Johnson learned about writing from sewing.

What Sunil Patel learned about writing from John Wick and Mad Max: Fury Road.

What Tina Gower learned about writing from raising guide dogs.

What Josh Vogt learned about writing from restaurant entertainment.

What Daniel M. Bensen learned about writing from teaching English.

What Lisa Shapter learned about writing from pottery.

What Beth Cato learned about writing from baking cookies.

What Kate Heartfield learned about writing fiction from writing opinion.

What Lise Fracalossi learned about writing from LARPing.

What Johnny Worthen learned about writing from Freemasonry.

What Dan Koboldt learned about writing from bowhunting.

What Deborah Walker learned about writing from museums.

What Floris M. Kleijne learned about writing from theatre sports.

What Darusha Wehm learned about writing from Magnum, P.I.

What Arianne ‘Tex’ Thompson learned about writing from baking cakes.

What Arkady Martine learned about writing from translating medieval languages.

What Carrie Patel learned about writing from scuba diving.

What Peter Darbyshire learned about writing from a church.

What Steve Bein learned about writing from martial arts, parts one, two and three.

What M.K. Hutchins learned about writing from Toy Story.

What Marina J. Lostetter learned about writing from football.

What Rebecca Schwarz learned about writing from football.

What Kate Heartfield learned about writing from John Prine songs.

 

 

 

 

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