My entry today on our writers blog.
Sometimes it actually occurs to me to look for a little inspiration, usually when I’m bogged down in a thick muddy whirlpool. I think some of the choicest nuggets of inspiration come from writers writing about writing. And breaking that down a little further, selected quotes from authors can be gold (or fools gold).
We had a featured speaker at our LCWG meeting last Friday, Alison Bailey, who is a MFA candidate at Goddard College, Port Townsend. Her talk was: “Thinking about Plot, Middle and Ending” and she brought this handout that I will share it with you.
Selected from a handout curated by Nicola Morris and distributed at a workshop entitled “Plot v Story for Fiction Writers and Memoirists” on February 18, 2013 at Goddard College’s Port Townsend MFA Residency.
E.M. Forster: “The chopped off length of the tapeworm of time… a narrative of events…
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