Preach, anon. Preach.
Rewriting takes on several phases:
The first is denial. I do not need to edit; this is my magnum opus.
Second, anger. Why should I have to rewrite anything?! I’m awesome, people should accept my work! It took WEEKS writing this draft!
Third, bargaining. Lugh, Thoth, Apollo – gods of verse and art, wisdom and script – I beseech you! GET SOMEONE ELSE! Muses take bribes, right? No. Extortion? Fuck, do we not get interns?
Fourth, depression. I feel cold nothing. Unfettered, death approaches. Centers will not hold.
Lastly, acceptance. “I hate writing, I love having written.” – Dorothy Parker
And we write on, ceaselessly.
What do I think of Ms. Blake… and Derek?!
“Forth into the winds his spirit passed … The umbra of Orpheus passed to the Underworld, and all the places that he’s seen before he recognized again and, searching through the Elysian fields, he found Eurydice and took her in his arms with leaping heart. There hand in hand they stroll, the two together; sometimes he follows as she walks in front, sometimes he goes ahead and gazes back—no danger now—at his Eurydice.” – Ovid, Metamorphoses, 11. 61 ff, trans. by Melville
And then the Aos Sí, through possession of Lydia, take Ms. Blake to the Celtic Otherworld (orbis alius) and Derek suffers through a horrible trauma out of which only Stiles may draw him.
Yes, fandom, I am evil.
Jeff let slip that names have great significance to the Teen Wolf mythology. A fan posed a question today for the creator’s occasional Tumblr visits inquiring whether Danny’s surname (meaning moon in Hawaiian language) bore any importance. With Jeff’s vague response that all names are chosen with great care, I decided to cheat his system and do some investigation. Here’s some information to get your minds wandering:
The Princess Bride is on VH1 Classic…
…it is the “Mawwiage” scene.
Every argument is now invalid. Continue about your business.