My second story for the Hanging Garden is up today! This cycle, we all chose our own gifs for story inspiration. Mine was:
Click through to check out the story it inspired.
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of gifs. So when Natalie Parker and Julie Murphy approached me about The Hanging Garden, a project in which 2014 debut YA authors write fiction inspired by gifs, my reaction was something along the lines of:
Then I realized I’d have to follow up these amazing writers:
My writing process:
But eventually I put together my very first gif-inspired short story and now it’s live on the Hanging Garden. Woohoo!
In grad school I mostly wrote short stories, but since then I’ve mostly worked on longer projects. It’s been really fun to dive back into a shorter form and write down ideas that can exist in their own little world. Looking forward to lots more gif-fiction challenges with the Hanging Garden team!