I originally posted this essay on my old website, alexandermichaelcrow.com. At the time of writing this note, this site is still live, but when you read this, it may have been cloned here instead. I believe the edges of things are far more interesting than their faces. Give me an Read more…
I believe the edges of things are far more interesting than their faces. Give me an edge and I’m interested, a corner? Even more so. It is in these intersections where the magic happens, where boundaries are weakened and one plane blurs into another.
I am talking of doorsteps, beaches, births, rivers, and caves. Of deaths, cliffs, borders, paths, and marriages. Crossroads, bridges, piers, dreams, towers, and tombs.
These are the makings of story.