into: Worldbuilding, settings, adventures, neat ideas, engagement with canon, complication of canon (including making antagonists sympathetic).
not-so-into: non-canon character death, noncon or dubcon, underage, incest
- A Visit to William Blake's Inn - Nancy Willard
This book is so beautiful and I love the feel of it. It's neat to have a story that's a bit related to Blake's worldview.
Extremely optional prompt #1: Do these characters stay in touch with each other throughout their lives?
Extremely optional prompt #2: How did these characters find themselves going to William Blake's Inn?
- Celestial Matters - Richard Garfinkle
This is a world that's fascinatingly similar and different to ours. There's a lot going on, and it's brain-expanding to think about.
Extremely optional prompt #1: What's this world like in other places and/or times?
Extremely optional prompt #2: How did this world change after the events of the book?
- Fox Steals Cell Phone and Sends Text Message (November 2012 News Story)
I love the idea that we have this text that originated in some way from a non-human sender. It's very tempting to try to get some meaning out of it.
Extremely optional prompt #1: What was this event like from the fox's point of view?
Extremely optional prompt #2: Does the text have some sort of meaning?
- Revolution 9
This is the crazy one, but if you signed up for it, I believe you can do it. Any sort of narrative made out of the content of this song would just be awesome.