Archive for July 15th, 2017


In art a triptych is commonly an altar screen, with the crucifixion seen in the central panel and the two side panels often showing images of saints or patrons as if they were witnessing the crucifixion.

In writing (or any other art) you may use a triptych for any of the following reasons:

To give the art a narrative in the beginning, middle, and end sense of a story.

To continue a theme along three pieces.

To examine a subject from multiple perspectives or with varying techniques.

To show the progression of a subject, such as its growth or decline.

To showcase three separate elements that are related and complement each other.

The August challenge is to write something about

” breaking, finding, mending”.

Extra points if you use a triptych in some way.

Or, you can write about something completely different!



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