Tag: literature

Tell, Don’t Show

As a fiction writer, one of the most valuable pieces of advice I ever received came from a literary agent who had read one of my manuscripts. “Show, don’t tell,” she said. This basic yet crucial writing technique can be attributed to Russian playwright… Continue Reading “Tell, Don’t Show”

You Heard a Rumor

You were naive once [or perhaps delusional] thinking tomorrow was today was yesterday, the only difference an inconsequentially subtle blush. But Weren’t we all? Myths have been shattered, truths exposed. Linearity was never real, as evidenced by this collective stepping-back. Structure and order So… Continue Reading “You Heard a Rumor”