Movies in the Mind: How to Build a Short Story

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S. Asher Pub., 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 141 pages
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A Writer's Digest Book Club featured selection, Movies in the Mind brings her celebrated workshops to the page. A must for every writer of fiction from novice to novelist. This indispensable tool for tapping creativity and moving through writer's block contains inspiring exercises and a recommended bibliography.

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Writing teacher and novelist Rae (Perchance To Dream, A Press of One's Own, 1992) urges would-be writers to "tap the well," "dig the clay," and ultimately "give birth" to a story. One entire chapter ... Read full review


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