This week we're diving into the depths of thought and memory.
Immerse yourself in a world where television and live media entertainment has become a far more personal experience, then revel in the ecstasies of excess in an ode to Dionysus, before reliving the disturbing flashback of a seemingly normal man. To end it all we invite you into the private thoughts of a criminal about to commit the act itself.This Week's Features!
Skull visors and programmed actors - the future of live media is a world where technology, programming, and the outlet of media entertainment collide.
This short story follows a day in the life of a work-for-hire programmer in a world where live media has taken an entirely immersive role. ~sodacat
has written an engaging story with some brilliant ideas, fleshing out a future that is perhaps not as far-fetched as some may think.
Intoxication and ecstasy - blurring the line between man becoming art.
A beautifully written poem inspired by the Greek God of excess himself. =Rationalist-v-Artist
presents a poem that is visually engaging as well as mentally stimulating. Expressing the undulating lines between reality and thought, this poem speaks of creating art and that moment, for some, where the artist himself becomes art.
You take the time to make supper for your wife and daughter, and that's where it all goes wrong.Flesh and Blood
is a short scene demonstrating an excellent use of both the 2nd person narrative and abrupt changes in tone. =GentlemanAnachronism
has used the single powerful flashback to break up the seemingly pedestrian event and turn it into something that is far from normal..
Robbing a bank takes careful planning and a special type of resolve~ClockerZeroCommunity News
presents a brilliant little narrative from the perspective of a bank robber. The slight excited tension is almost palpable as we prepare to follow this criminal in his actions.
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's first Community Update
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Are you a prolific writer? Do you have to scribble something down every day or feel as if you're going to explode? Well we've found just the project for you! #Glory-Be-Project
. invites you to come and join in the challenge - write something every day for a whole year! %CRLiterature
is still running the The Review Project
, so go on out there and leave a fellow writer a meaningful review. Entering is easy, and everyone who does will receive a prize!
In light of our last Daily Deviations Editorials article: Identifying a Possible DD
, it might be nice to know what YOU think makes a Daily Deviation. `NicBelroque
has put up a Poll
for that very thing.Shout Outs and Hallelujahs!
One of the things we love most about dA's Lit Community is the host of features it provides to help writers get more exposure. Right at the top of the list of those features are Daily Deviations and Daily Literature Deviations.
Help us celebrate the deviants featured this week by sharing a little love!
Congratulations to the following members for receiving a =Sammur-amat
on Turning into Ghosts ~Pr0metheusUnb0und
on West of the Sun *CrisisOfConscience
on The Fluidity of Our Shared Dream ~jaani-androphile
on 1109 *flummo
on Wildflowers, Imperfect Birds ~illusively
on becomng a mermaid ~talkin-silence
on Lies ~projectilewordvomit
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Have we missed anyone? If a piece of your work in our gallery has been featured in the last week or so, let us know and we'll give you a shout-out in this space