Walden Erasures, Page 12

Did you miss these? I’m sure you did. I know I did. I’m starting to realize with these erasures that I don’t have to use something from every paragraph. If the erasure ends after the first two paragraphs, it’s okay to eliminate the next two. Don’t force the story. If it feels like it’s come…

Walden Erasures, Page 10

I’m back to the erasures! If you haven’t checked out my most recent story, and you’re tired of these erasures, check it out now — unless you have a fear of heights. This erasure was actually pretty tough. I think this was one of the hardest ones so far. You might be able to tell…

Walden Erasures, Page 6

This erasure was probably the fastest one I’ve done so far. It’s definitely getting easier. And I’m not just choosing what stands out to me, like some of the other erasures. This was probably the first one where I went in hoping to create something entirely different from what was on the page, and it…

Walden Erasures, Page 5

I feel like I’m slowly getting back into the creative groove. These are really helping. Last one wasn’t as popular, so hopefully this one does a little better. This was a lot harder because there was so much packed into this one page. Let’s see how I did. Walden Erasures, Page 5

Walden Erasures, Page 3

These seem to be getting easier and more interesting as I go, which means you guys will be seeing and reading a lot of these in the future. I’ll try to break up the content with other stories so it’s not just these erasures, but for now I’m really enjoying them so you’ll have to…

Walden Erasure, Pg. 2

I really like how this one came out. There’s a little bit more of a flow, which also takes on a much darker perspective that would never be considered when looking at the book as a whole. It’s amazing how picking and choosing certain words can make something out of seemingly nothing. Economy, Page 2…

Walden Poetry

I’m going to do something very different. A while ago, I saw someone was picking words from each line every page of Infinite Jest and turning them into poems. I’m going to try to do the same, but with Walden. I’ll try it with one page to start and see how it goes. Try it with your favorite…