Sandy Cook reports that the BAC Noble Prose writers group held their most recent meeting on May 10th. As part of a creative writing exercise, a woman wore a costume and mask that hid her identity. Without dialogue or explanation, she acted out a sequence of events involving simple props, leaving interpretation up to the imaginations of the writers.
The writers created many different original and creative tales in their journals and notepads, and the photographers collaborated to produce story telling images and writing. The preliminary work was shared at the meeting and finished works will be presented at next month's session on June 14th.
For those who are interested in learning more about the Noble Prose group, information can be found on the BAC main website.