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  • Dori Drewieske

    Book: Famous Authors’ Handwritten Outlines for Great Works of Literature

  • Gavin McMahon

    Gay Talese’s outline for his classic profile “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold” (a magazine article) Famous Authors’ Handwritten Outlines for Great Works of Literature – Flavorwire

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    Gay Talese Outlines His Famous 1966 Profile “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold” on a Shirt Board

  • Kelly Hevel

    Remarkable glimpse into how authors form their stories: from outlines on notebook paper to neat writing on office walls to what looks remarkably like a modern "mind map" (from Norman Mailer).

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