Archive for the ‘Mischievous miscellany’ Category

Gentlemen and Bathroom Fixtures

April 8, 2009

A rough draft of the short play entitled Three Gents and a Sink has been added to “Section 23” underneath the Pages section.  The play is very short (it might end up as the abbreviated version in the future — we’ll see) and was written by Nancy’s gardner, Gerald “Grumple” Rumplemill.  So direct your complaints at him.

Nancy’s Fantastical Forray

April 5, 2009

Just added to “Section 19” under the Pages section is a draft of the short children’s story, Felice and the Wheelchair (A Beginning).  This was written by Nancy Wust in 1953.  Supposedly.

Correspondence Completion

April 1, 2009

The letters between Cedric and “I.O. Yankee” are finally complete.  They can be found within the Section 15 draft, in case you’ve forgotten.

The “Cedric Ike” Diaries

April 1, 2009

So.

 

If you haven’t noticed, the newest addition to the “Pages” section is actually “Section 05”, and not “Section 28”.  In addition to being essential for the creation of the Ruleset (you’ll see how exactly when the footnotes finally come along), this section was shamelessly fun to write, and I encourage all to read it.

Finished…

March 30, 2009

…Or at least, “half” of it is.

 

The complete first draft of the manuscript’s overarching narrative can be found underneath the “Pages” section.  Now I will begin uploading bits and pieces of metafictional elements over he course of the next week.  These will be found underneath the “Pages” section as well.

Lest Ye Forget…

February 11, 2009

Sections of my manuscript are being posted every week, under the “Pages” section.

 

The manuscript is incomplete, but will hold the rules to the game.

 

The purpose of the game is to complete the manuscript.

Gobbets

September 16, 2008

The concept of my Diploma Hurdle is…The elimination of censored expression through character immersion.

 

Participants will use a fictional character as a mouthpiece to freely talk about certain topics nobody ever really wants to talk about.

 

This will be done by means of a book that encompasses various media elements.  More on this later? Maybe.

Feeding the Blogasaurus

September 7, 2008

It’s been fed.