Finally, a good use for all this snow

For some of us, all this snow is a miserable hassle. For author Shelley Jackson, it’s a blank page. After the Skin Project, a novella in the form of tattoos on willing volunteers, Jackson is ditching the needles and writing a story in the snow. She’s publishing the narrative one word at a time via instagram. The first sentence is “’To approach snow too closely is to forget what it is,’ said the girl who cried snowflakes.”

Read more online, or follow along on instagram at snowshelleyjackson.

[via Slate]

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