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http://traffic.libsyn.com/davidwallacefleming/NFC_026__Modern_Manhood_-_A_Manifesto.mp3 Hear ye, hear ye! Come gather round and extend me an outstretched ear. At the click of a finger is nothing less than my very own, personal Jerry Maguire Memorandum. I wrote it at a feverish pace, immediately after … Continue reading
Why do people stop themselves once they’ve got something started? Why do people stop short of achieving a goal, again and again? Sure, part of the problem is the fear of the unknown but the other problem is a lack … Continue reading
Sensory acuity is not getting its proper attention in the discussion of self-editing. A writer needs acuity in one’s senses while rewriting. This is where things get all super squishy.
Poetry is supposed to be spoken out loud. Right? So a written down poem is inherently an impoverished poem. And a poem obtained too quickly and easily through the quick tapping and spellcheck of word processors might just be impoverished, … Continue reading
For all you novelists and short story writers out there, you may have heard that the first three methods of developing characters in a story are: 1.) Dialouge: Where the naunces of personality are revealed through each character’s mannerisms of … Continue reading