Holiday Community Collaboration Question: What About Stories Makes You Happy?

I don't know how December came up so quickly, but here it is, shepherding in all of its warmth and holiday cheer. Whatever holidays you celebrate this season, I'm wishing you wonderful ones. In the meantime, I wanted to celebrate and hear from YOU in another community collaboration project...

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Responding to The Well-Red Mage’s Asking Big Questions Prompt 3: How Do You Overcome Writer’s Block?

What's the deal with writer's block and how do people overcome it? That's the question that the Well-Red Mage is asking for Asking Big Questions #3. I enjoyed reading the six tips on overcoming Writer's Block, along with everyone's suggestions in the comments. Everyone has had some great advice on this topic. It is a … Continue reading Responding to The Well-Red Mage’s Asking Big Questions Prompt 3: How Do You Overcome Writer’s Block?

Pop Culture Based on Novels Part 4: The Brave Little Toaster

In solidarity with those of you taking on the National Novel Writing Month challenge, we’re spending the month taking a look at pop culture narratives based on novels. Last week, we covered the popular TV crime drama, Bones, which came to a satisfying conclusion earlier this year. Today, we're discussing a pop culture work that has been around since my own childhood, one which I never would never have guessed was based on a novel: The Brave Little Toaster...

Pop Culture Based on Novels Part 3: Bones

In solidarity with those of you taking on this monumental challenge, we’re taking a look at pop culture narratives based on novels this month. So far, we've talked about an epic anime and a classic video game, and today we're tackling the popular TV crime drama, Bones...

Come Share Your Favorites!

We wanted to remind you that there is still time to share your favorite pop culture narrative as we celebrate 50 WordPress followers by finding out what YOU...

Pop Culture Based on Novels Part 2: Parasite Eve

The second week of November has come to a close, which means that everyone participating in National Novel Writing Month has made it halfway through their NaNo challenge. n solidarity with those of you taking on this monumental challenge this year, we're taking a look at pop culture narratives based on novels with Parasite Eve thi...

Celebrating 50 Followers! Come Share Your Favorites Collaboration

Pop Culture Literary is celebrating 50 Followers by celebrating YOU! I wanted to use this opportunity to invite you to share your favorite pop culture narratives. Talk about your current or all-time favorites from any pop culture genre (games, movies, cartoons, anime, comics, etc.). Share what you...

Pop Culture Based on Novels Part 1: The Heroic Legend of Arslan

November is National Novel Writing Month, a 30-day challenge that many aspiring writers partake in every year. The idea of the challenge is to pump out a novel by the end of the month, or to at least have a higher page count than your friends who gave up halfway through. In the spirit of cheering on the writers fighting to reach their daily word count goals, we're taking a look at pop culture narratives based on novels, starting with The Heroic Tale of Arslan...

Spooky Halloween Tropes Collaboration

I'm excited to share with you the first community collaboration event here on Pop Culture Literary. We wanted to know about your favorite spooky/October/Halloween tropes, and today we get to share what you had to say! Let's take a moment to throw back to yesterday and enjoy some spooky tropes in the spirit of Halloween! 

Update on Community Event

Hello Readers! You might have noticed that the promised community collaboration post didn't make it up last week. It is on its way, and I apologize for the delay. I decided that I wanted to post the collaboration on Tuesday the 31st, Halloween. I wanted to try to include a few more voices in the … Continue reading Update on Community Event