This week in our Theory and Innovation class we had a round robin to compare our close reading of Pamela Zoline’s short story, ‘Heat Death of the Universe, which you can find here.

I made the same mistake I made last  week. I had taken my copy and notes to bed with me to do one last sweep in preparation for class the next day, and left the damn thing at home. This meant my input was pretty vague and accompanied by the da-dum-dumb sound of me kicking myself under the table.

I really loved this short story; one of the chaps in the class said it made him think of a Power Point presentation which I really liked. I hadn’t made this connection myself but it did give me an idea for how to better work with a short story I have brewing on a back burner. Hmmm…