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Are Adverbs Really That Bad to Use in Writing?
Not too long ago, on Facebook, aspiring MFAs were proudly announcing that they had spent entire revision sessions excising from their manuscripts every word ending in "-ly." Quoting Stephen King (who was perhaps quoting Nathaniel Hawthorne), they assured each other that The Road to Hell is Paved with Adverbs. Well, with all due respect to Mr. King and Mr. Hawthorne, it just ain't so.
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From Writing Books to TV Shows - Making the Adjustment
I had written three books by the time I entered a TV writers' room. I thought of myself as a seasoned writer who was, essentially, starting over. It was a new medium with new rules and I was ready to start at the basics. Turns out the basics aren't that hard. I easily got a hang of the technical aspects (slug lines! act breaks! cold opens!) and I quickly adapted to the new format creatively (a new story structure, quicker pacing, considering how it looks just as much as how it sounds). But there was another element of television writing that I hadn't considered. The one that took the most work to adjust to.
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When we tell people we've co-authored a literary novel, the first thing almost everyone says is: "And you're still friends? How on earth did you manage that?" It's as if they imagine collaborative fiction as a kind of three-legged race: goofy and fun at an office picnic, but ill suited to a serious runner. It's a strange reaction, given that successful collaborations abound in music and film. Is writing fiction really all that different?
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I Spy with My Little Eye: You're at work, like any normal day, and happen to look out the window as you head to the break room for a second cup of coffee. What you see makes you stop in your tracks: What is it?
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This is an interview with Alec Shane of Writers House. Before he became an agent, he was a professional stunt man in Los Angeles who earned a degree in English from Brown University. Realizing he preferred books to breakaway glass, he moved to New York City in 2008 to pursue a career in publishing and quickly found a home at Writers House Literary Agency. He is looking for ...
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