What In The Noun Are We?

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Something profound (for a post-New Year’s Eve Marvel movie binge) occurred to me this morning. Did you know there is no collective noun for us writers (as far as I could discern in my extensive and exhaustive five-minute Google search)? Ironic, no? For a group who loves words as much as we do, to have none that is our very own, well…We should change that. Here a few proposals.

An Irony of Writers
A Pestilence of…
A Fantasia of…
An Alexandria of…
A Delusion of…
An Imaginarium of…
A Whimsy of…
Or how about, A Whedon of…

What do you think? Have some ideas to share? Leave a comment below. Because everyone needs a distraction now and again.

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6 Replies to “What In The Noun Are We?”

  1. Tammy Salyer Post author

    Nothing seems more logical and natural than a Library of Writers. I guess calling ourselves an Alexandria may be a little more doom and gloom than us sensitive creative types should invite, huh? teehee

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