Melanie Atherton Allen discusses the intersection of creativity and costume making. See Melanie in her amazing costumes.
There are several ways in which Debs and I meet new writer-friends, one being through the shared experiences of the April A2Z Challenge. Our reading interests overlap a great deal, as you might expect, and we share a great deal of admiration for this month’s guest, Melanie Atherton Allen. Melanie has an amazing imagination, and the way in which she is able to produce coherent bodies of work from multiple perspectives is a joy to behold. There is a temptation to compare some of her work to…well, I won’t say, because that would be to do Melanie a disservice. She is herself, and you should check out her ‘blaugh’ for yourself. But now, over to Melanie!
Thank you, David and Debs, for inviting me to do this! It has been a surprisingly difficult piece to write (because I am usually a 100% fiction kind of gal, and I’m actually not…
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Hi Ayesha, Glad you liked the post, and thank you for reposting. Hopefully we’ll see you around on Fiction Can Be Fun in the future.
All the best,
Absolutely, David – I loved Melanie Allen’s article and am following Fiction Can Be Fun now 🙂