Book Arts Improv: Call #3

Book Arts Improv logoWelcome to the third week of the 5th Annual Book Arts Improv!

In case you’re new here, in a nutshell, the Improv is a four-week stretch of improvisational bookmaking. Depending on the content and complexity of the book, an edition of three or more will be created each week.

Introducing this week’s questions:

  1. An Irish drinking song
  2. Something that’s comforting
  3. Famous last words

To participate in the Improv, just comment on this post with a response for each of the three categories listed above. I’d like to keep this suitable for all audiences, so please, nothing offensive.

I will accept suggestions until 5:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, January 20th. On that day, one entry will be selected at random and not only will that person’s suggestions be used for that week’s book, but the winner will also receive a copy of the book.

I look forward to seeing your entries!

5 Responses to “Book Arts Improv: Call #3”

By Louis J. Cassorla - 18 January 2015 Reply

An Irish drinking song:
The Rocky Road to Dublin
Something that’s comforting
Religious fantasies
Famous last words:
Lean in close. There’s something very important I need to tell you.

By Chris Campbell - 18 January 2015 Reply

An Irish Drinking Song:

TMBG’s “Drink!” (Live from Dublin)

Something that’s comforting:

A comforter

Famous last words:

“No one has ever seen a talking claw”

By Shira Lea Thompson - 18 January 2015 Reply

An Irish drinking song: The Ballad o’ Patrick and Maggie
Something that’s comforting: one’s baby blankie
Famous last words: “I should have packed my own parachute.”

By Tracy Turner - 19 January 2015 Reply

An Irish drinking song – Oh how I miss Irish Mist
Something that’s comforting – Egg Custard Tart
Famous last words – I told you I wasn’t well.

By Marianna - 19 January 2015 Reply

1. Irish drinking song: The Moonshiner
2. Something that’s comforting: our Tatra Mt. Sheepdog, Dolina
3. Famous Last Words: “I should never have switched from Scotch to Martinis”

So what do you think? I'd love to know!

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