Allusionist 84. Trammels

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Why would you write books or poems or plays with only one vowel? Or in palindromes? Or only using the example sentences in dictionaries? Sometimes you need to force yourself to jump a few hurdles (and perhaps the rest of the obstacle course) before your creativity will be unleashed. 

Jez Burrows, author of the book Dictionary Stories, searches for new meaning in the lexicon; and Ross Sutherland, of the podcast Imaginary Advice, goes deep into his subconscious to find...well.

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YOUR RANDOMLY SELECTED WORD FROM THE DICTIONARY:
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CREDITS:

- HZ

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