Monthly Archives: June 2015

‘Write What You Know’ a Birdie Tweeted

Thought-provoking comments I gleaned from the writerati (i.e., those who believe they know more than the rest of us) . . . ‘Write What You Know’ — Helpful Advice or Idle Cliché? Most writers have, for reasons of diffidence, … Continue reading

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“Pulp Fiction”: Lessons in Writing Scenes

Watched “Pulp Fiction” last night. One weird-ass story (one character comes back from the dead, and not for the faint of heart — classic Quentin Tarantino bloodsplattering). But it has some great scripting that all writers can learn from — … Continue reading

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