Ken Kesey said: “One of the dumbest things you were ever taught was to write what you know. Because what you know is usually dull. Remember when you first wanted to be a writer? Eight or 10 years old, reading about thin-lipped heroes flying over mysterious viny jungles toward untold wonders? That’s what you wanted to write about, about what you didn’t know. So. What mysterious time and place don’t we know?”
Write about what you don’t know. Do you agree?
Kaye’s writing prompt for today: “Look in the mirror and write a flash story about what you cannot see with your physical eyes.”