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Tale Weaver 12: It’s documentary, my dear Watson.


The “artifacts” left behind by different cultures, societies, communities, social classes, and such provide a pathway into the past. Today so much documentation such as letters and the like are stored digitally.  Now it’s an email, tweet or whatever electronic medium is popular/available. The contents of archives today mean that they are more readily accessible, thus bringing the past into our lives with the touch of a button.

For this Tale Weaver challenge, write a story told by documents, (emails, blog postings, instragram and tweets allowed as documents). Be creative. Letters, maps, emails, book pages, secret service files, and the list goes on. Just make sure the reader understands what the document is (unless it’s obvious).

Have fun. Be serious or whimsical. Be modern or 18th century. Enjoy. Go weave a tale for the ages.

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6 comments on “Tale Weaver 12: It’s documentary, my dear Watson.

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    • phylor
      May 8, 2015

      Thanks for using some of our ideas!
      I will jump over and read your contribution soon.
      Take good care

  3. Mr. Walker
    May 12, 2015

    This seemed like a good prompt for a found poem. Thanks.

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