Notes From Crew Quarters–Writing as Music

by Ethan Brightbill on March 17, 2017

in Announcements, Blog, Notes from Crew Quarters

Photo by Machrouh Med Sami

This week, Associate Fiction Editor Ethan Brightbill asked our staff what their writing would be if it was a genre of music.

Willow Grosz
Managing Editor
Talkeetna, Alaska

Nostalgic 90s alt-rock. Think tragic hearts in tragic blenders…

Jackson Keller
Associate Editor, Fiction
Livonia, Michigan

Overdramatic anime theme song!

Hayli Cox
Associate Editor, Nonfiction
Morenci, Michigan

Instrumenals, maybe Penguin Cafe Orchestra.

Jacqueline Boucher
Managing Editor
Juneau, Alaska

Scary orchestral music, but like, with a really sick beat?

Ashley Adams
Associate Editor Emeritus, Nonfiction
Watervliet, Michigan

Melancholic prog metal.

Ethan Brightbill
Associate Editor, Fiction
Allentown, Pennsylvania

Something like Massive Attack–eclectic, but frequently dark and atmospheric and recognizable as coming from one source despite all the variance.

E. Flores
Associate Editor, Poetry
Bowie, Maryland

Downbeat symphonic polka. Think just because.

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