Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Microfiction Adaptation

Read the selection of pieces from a collection of very short stories (Microfiction, edited by Jerome Stern), and chose one story to translate into a 2-4 page visual sequence. Don’t focus on accommodating every line of text. Instead, try to use as little narration as possible and place a stronger emphasis on finding visual ways of recreating the same effects the writer achieved with literary conventions, such as the metaphor. A comparison of Paul Auster’s City of Glass and David Mazzucchelli’s adaptation is a great example of this being done well.

Microfiction adaptation thumbnails due 10/20 (Please scan and email these to me before class)

Microfiction adaptation due 10/29 to be critiqued 11/3

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