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Stuck in Revision? Pull out your writer's bag of tricks and try something different. I've found that no two novels are written the same way: I use similar techniques, but in a different order; or I preference one technique over another. Don't be rigid in your writing process. Instead, let the story tell you what tools to pull out of your bag of tricks.
The Death Of The Patriarch: Remembering Gabriel García Márquez | Our task, then, is not so much to mourn him, but rather figure out how to best remember him. I wouldn’t presume to have an answer, but I do have a suggestion. We should read, write, love, and fight with an attitude that seeks out the marvelous in everything — with eyes that are willing to see the magic of reality.
The Letter Is Dead, Long Live the Letter - “Everyone writes a letter in the virtual image of his own soul. In every other form...
Cicero’s Web: How Social Media Was Born in Ancient Rome - How the dynamics of papyrus scrolls explain Facebook.
Joyce Carol Oates on What Hemingway’s Early Stories Can Teach Us About Writing and the Defining Quality of Great Art | Brain Pickings