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Writer’s Quote: Killing Your Darlings

“In writing, you must kill all your darlings.” — William Faulkner. What does it mean to kill your darlings? Well, first, what is a darling? A darling is something that interferes with the relationship between you and your audience. It’s … Continue reading

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Saturday Workshop: Who Are Your Characters?

Aaaaaaand, we’re back for the 2018-2019 academic year. If you’re a newly-subscribed follower of the blog, welcome! If you’ve been with us for a while, welcome back! If you have no idea why you’re on this page or receiving an … Continue reading

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Saturday Workshop – Characterization: Populating Your Fictional World with Realistic People

Missed the workshop and want to see some of what Mark had to offer? Attended the workshop, but want to refresh your memory on some of Mark’s book selections and concepts? Head over to¬†Workshop Materials¬†and peruse the content covered in … Continue reading

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