I never expected that the title essay, “On Stories”, would explain in theory what had been demonstrated in practice in the novel I had just finished.
It’s kind of a cliché for writers to have had a long string of odd jobs. It’s sort of held up as a banner of wide experience, in support of that old maxim, “write what you know.”
I’ve been keeping online journals blogs since 2002. When I was primarily using LiveJournal (instead of just feeding posts from […]
“He knew very well that the grat majority of human conversation is meaningless. A man can get through most of […]
I’m going to revisit the topic of writer’s block soon, without any answers but just a continuation of my own […]
While working on some passages in my current WIP, I remembered this old post describing a moment where the world […]
While I try not to obsess too much over how many hits I get on my site, I do like […]