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Plays vs. Novels

Among my creative goals for 2016 are revising two novels, (in two different stage of completion.) I am also revising a stage play, which hopefully will get at least a local reading before the end of the year. Revising plays is so much different from revising novels. Both have their tedious qualities, and both have …

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Subtraction is a Plus.

When I’m writing the first few drafts of a fiction piece, I find it much easier to take things away than to add them. That isn’t to say taking away is always easy. I can fall in love with my stuff as much as the next writer. But if I get to a “done” type of …

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