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Merilyn Simonds on Jane Friedman's blog, Sometimes the total time includes a lot of time being put aside, and in the example she gives in her own fiction writing, Simonds tells a good story of how a simple short conversation can provide the prod for totally restructuring the way a good story is told, so that it finally works. Unfortunately, the name 'subplots' wrongly suggests they are somehow inferior or substandard How to create stories that work. You start with just your great idea and build up enough detail to fill a book.

Once you have the content you want, you work to balance it, smooth it, and make it consistent. The best thing about the right level of information density is that this is when readers suspend disbelief. They start to see your story as something real — at least something they are willing to mentally 'step into.

Supply too much information too soon, and you destroy suspense. Supply too little and you create false suspense, otherwise known as confusion. Harnessing the Underlying Forces of Storytelling. I remind my students to ask themselves a hundred questions about their characters In Defense of Conflict Jen Brannan, The Millions, "If you talk to literature professors, you may have heard them wonder aloud at the tendency of their students to diagnose characters.

By resisting conflict on the page, we may risk being resistant to empathy. Overall story premise and plot. The actual scenes in the story, as well as the nature of the inter-scene narrative. The narrative composition and delivery of your scenes and inter-scene text. He rounds out that discussion with more, found here: Craft points and epiphany. Vonnegut diagrams common successful stories and concludes that some masterpieces were created by artists who were poor storytellers. If that's slow-loading or non-loading, try: In , unknowns could breeze into Amazon and other such places, and their indie stuff would sometimes rake in amazing sums.

Cliff-hangers and sexual tension aren't enough in romance fiction, writes Parker. Without good characters, the reader is going to be dissatisfied. A great case in point is the story of Anne Shirley, the heroine of Anne of Green Gables and several sequels. That yields instant drama, which grows even more dramatic for Anne when she goes to a house on Prince Edward Island hoping to find a real home at last after years of drudgery and starved emotions And if you want to see a boatload of copy editors gasp and swoon, to say nothing about Margaret Atwood and Alice Munro, just mention Anne.

And yet the novel breaks many of the sacred rules of current fiction. In addition, every flouting of modern rules of story structure follows from there and finds its justification. Including too much backstory in the opening pages of a novel is a common mistake aspiring authors make: Too much, too soon. I have the whole rest of the book to show why they were there in the first place. See also follow-up piece: This pesky "question comes down to structure. Not what happened, i. Writing guides often use the term inciting incident, meaning the event or incident that propels a character or characters out of their status quo existence, igniting the plot.

The six essential elements of a plot Kathryn Lance , Part 2: What is the difference between a premise and a plot? See also How to keep your readers turning pages. A Teach Yourself Guide. What the heck is it? It was a nightmare. Now, I use The Anatomy of Story: Truby is a Yale Ph. I thought my head was going to explode. Everything he said made so much sense to me. I boil it down for my students and clients and call it Rolling Stones method of story telling: You tell the story through the moral issue the character is facing, through reveals, self-revelations, and reversals.

He has a helpful Marshall Plan website. The book is now also available as software co-authored with Martha Jewett. See also her blog of the same name. I called the Plot Whisperer about a character chart and this one on finding the strongest climax. While it can be broken down into its component beats, the scene is the most obvious mini-story. They are the things that stay ever present when we talk about a great movie or great novel.

Remember what happened after character A saw character B with another woman? Rebecca Monterusso, on Jane Friedman's blog, "So what is a scene, really? On the whole, stories are about change. And scenes are a boiled down, less intense, mini-story. They should do the same thing your global story does: And here's Part II. An intelligent dissenting view. Google the phrase and you will find may other explanations and examples.

Essentially, as Chekhov said, " if a gun appears prominently in the first act of the play, it had better play some role by the final act, or else the audience will feel cheated. How to use a storyline—say, a beloved farmhouse at risk of foreclosure — to create reader expectations and then satisfy them. Beginning writers often fail to provide a payoff for a setup or a setup for a payoff. You need both, whether you're writing a novel, screenplay, short story, or op ed, says Pressfield.

Because voice has so much to do with the reader's experience of a work of literature, it is one of the most important elements of a piece of writing. Notes on the Use of Close vs. Or are they the same thing? Write without overthinking what happens, and take note of what patterns you see emerge in your work that might suggest your natural strengths in voice.

Meg Rosoff on finding your voice The Guardian, Your 'voice' lies somewhere between your conscious and subconscious mind. Finding that place is a challenging exercise in self-confrontation, says Meg Rosoff. With really good books, a powerful sense of voice is established in the first line. Framing Story Questions Effectively Peter Selgin on Jane Friedman's blog, Sometimes everything we need for our story openings is there, more than we need, in fact.

The point of a flashback is to illuminate the scene from which it digresses, to add dimension and tension to it. Inspiration for a good first line often comes after work, when he's done reporting but hasn't started writing. She writes about straight news leads, anecdotal leads, scene-setting leads, first-person leads, observational leads zinger leads, and bad leads. Leon, Huffington Post, Feature ledes, sometimes called delayed, narrative or anecdotal ledes, unfold more slowly. They allow the writer to tell a story in a more traditional, sometimes chronological way.

The objective is to draw the readers into the story, to make them want to read more. I line up with the fried-chicken faction. Fiction and narrative nonfiction stories are about overcoming major obstacles, quests, and transformations. The changes may not be all good. The story may be upsetting or depressing. On Endings in Nonfiction e. Writing Transitional Scenes in the Netflix and Twitter Age Sharissa Jones, Dead Darlings, Effective transitional scenes must go beyond the core mechanics of telling the reader place and time.

So, we use scene transitions to skip periods of time or to change to a new location in the story, glossing over events that happen between the new and old times or locations. Some tips to keep them on track. Techniques for Portraying Antagonists in Contemporary Memoir Wendy Staley Colbert, Brevity, "For the drama to deepen, we must see the loneliness of the monster and the cunning of the innocent.

Every character needs to have motivations, no matter how unlikeable they are. See also the Character traits thesaurus in sidebar: The write-ups for each of these words make for interesting reading, whether you're writing fiction or a memoir! It Often Takes Two Perspectives Peter Selgin on Jane Friedman's blog, "While most stories have a single protagonist, addiction narratives are usually about two people: Too many viewpoint characters creates distance from the story, not intimacy. A classic, lively "witty and opinionated" discussion based on lectures given at Cambridge of the fiction of Austen, Dickens, Fielding, Lawrence, Woolf, and others, noted especially for his discussion of "round" and "flat" characters.

Walker, Booksie, A story centers around the struggle between protagonist and antagonist, Hero and Villain. Its focus comes from the Hero's Second, the deuteragonist the foil, the turncoat, the catalyst, the wingman, the sidekick. Part of Morris's Writers Don't Cry series of blogs on the craft of writing fiction.

A word to the novelist on how to write better books by Laura Miller Salon. Desire is the engine that drives both life and narrative. Description, place, and setting Am including examples from narrative nonfiction, as the principles apply in both genres; in nonfiction you draw them from observation or reporting, not your imagination. Adam Foulds on description with meaning The Guardian, She speaks of setting as being almost like a character. MFA literary fiction vs. With CIA help, writers were enlisted to battle both Communism and egg-headed abstraction.

The damage to writing lingers. The view from the other side. One of the goals of this scheme is to avoid instructing the student on what to say, and, instead, to focus on how to say it better. In practice, though, it isolates the act of writing from much of what informs literary work.

One can take such critiques further: Why Pursue Traditional Publishing? Are There Enough Good Reasons? I found the MFA program to be incredibly valuable, personally Paying tuition for time to do nothing but write can be inspiring. On a more professional level, the workshop environment introduces writers to critiques and criticisms alike and ideally trains them to know which comments to apply and which to ignore, and to seriously consider them all.

The Cornell program had no POC people of color. In my workshop we never explored our racial identities or how they impacted our writing—at all. The Voices of Our Nation Workshop. On the systemic economic barriers to being a writer Lorraine Berry, LitHub, On carving out a place for working-class experience in a system that is slanted toward those who can afford and have access to higher education followed by low-paying internships in publishing and so on. Sevcik, The Stranger, "An instructor with an ethos of exacting excellence by means of brutal expectations probably doesn't belong in a hippy college full of sensitive snowflakes.

The Two Cultures of American Fiction , ed. This level of competition means that such graduates need to have published books to secure even adjunct teaching positions, so micropublishing, Penton said, has become the backbone of the MFA industry. He concedes that, at the tenured level, mainstream publication continues to be a requirement, so anyone hoping for real success in academia still needs to work toward that. See also Why MFA? Should creative writing be taught? Vaughn, Writers Digest, Excellent breakdown of subgenres for these genres: Trapper or Mountain Man.

The Twisted History of '70s and '80s Horror Fiction. As I drove home, this caught my attention when Grady started talking about an explosion that produced a slew of tiny "Nazi leprechans. We're Going to Need a Bigger Ship: Science fiction subgenres are listed separately from Science fiction subgenres in descending order of ebook sales: But what was once viewed as either uncreative, a legal morass of copyright issues, or both, is now seen as a potential savior for a publishing industry still finding its moorings in the age of digital media. See his Book Genre Dictionary.

At this interesting Penguin Books fiction-community site read its revealing FAQ you can sell your fiction eBooks and you can post chapters of genre fiction to be peer-reviewed. Kim Wright, The Millions, Is it a mass sellout, a belated and half-hearted attempt by writers to chase the market? Or are two disparate worlds finally merging? What is Literary Fiction? Richard Thomas, Lit Reactor, Literary fiction is generally considered to be the opposite of genre fiction. A List Edan Lepucki, The Millions, Let's consider literary fiction as a straightforward genre, like romance or science fiction, with certain expected tropes and motifs.

Mystery, suspense, thrillers, crime novels, and cozies a potpourri, in random order! CrimeReads LitHub Daily, Literary Hug launches CrimeReads , a new website showcasing the best writing from the worlds of crime, mystery, and thrillers. Worth signing up to get reminders of blog posts, about both true crime and crime fiction.

Notes on the detective story, by an addict by W. Advertising revenue is moving to audio. Publishers report declining ebook sales even as audiobook sales rise. Baker Street Quirk Books infographic: Sandra Parshall, Living on the Page, "Have traditional whodunnits run out of steam, grown predictable, unable to surprise and entice readers anymore?

Fans of traditional murder mysteries—as opposed to thrillers or suspense—still love the genre, but they have complaints. And publishers are cutting back on the number they publish. But e-books have crushed the mass market format, compacting it to a remnant of its former self. Any writer with talent should be able to do the same. That includes cozy authors. Amanda Flower, PW, "An amateur sleuth, an unsuspecting victim, a quirky supporting cast, and trail of clues and red herrings are the main ingredients of a cozy mystery The cozy lesson is an average person can make a difference.

Kindleboards , she says, is "Good for info. Some extremely savvy indie authors and marketers share information that would take hours and hours to figure out on your own. How do they decide which books to favor? We cannot afford true empathy. Sympathy, yes, but not true empathy. Crime fiction, good crime fiction, sneaks up on people. Safe in our armchairs or beds, we consider the unthinkable—the violent death of someone we love—and admit to ourselves how unsafe and random the universe is.

POV and Laura K. Curtis's on Fifty Shades of What? Depression Era Pulp collectors love pulp fiction from the Depression era especially for its often kitschy covers [Back to Top] The differences between mysteries, suspense novels, and thrillers At the second Books Alive conference , on the panel on the Mystery Market, novelist Donna Andrews made this distinction: In suspense novels, you know whodunit or is planning to. The mystery is, Can X stop them? With mysteries, you don't know whodunit, and will find out at the end.

This sent me looking for more on these distinctions between subgenres. For example there is more action in thrillers than in suspense. You may find these interesting: Scroll down for 16 different responses, including this one: Suspense is a victim fantasy; we identify with someone at the mercy of others. If you can disentangle it, it will lead you to the answer. The difference between mysteries and suspense YouTube. Mystery is an intellectual process, like in a whodunnit. But suspense is essentially an emotional response. With a mystery, you are tempted to look at the last page for the solution to the mystery.

And there are military, science, medical, environmental, and other thriller subcategories. Steampunk suspense is apparently a subgenre of historical fantasy set in the Victorian era, urban gothic suspense with an element of science fiction. If you're willing to go down the rabbit hole of more definitions, follow the Wikipedia links here and learn that Hollywood's film noir period early 40s to late 50s "is associated with a low-key black-and-white visual style that has roots in German Expressionist cinematography.

Many of the prototypical stories and much of the attitude of classic noir derive from the hardboiled school of crime fiction that emerged in the United States during the Great Depression. Simpson, this syndicate of geeks produces podcasts on the world of specuilative fiction, comics, TV, films, books, and games. Read About Geek Syndicate. Outlines for science fiction and fantasy novels which real authors new and old used to sell their books to major publishing companies. By the same author: In slow economy, romance writers steam to success. Nine out of 10 readers are women.

Those are consumers who, if they wanted a book, they used to come to us, and now they go elsewhere.

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A three-book-a-year reader is usually picking up their three books in hardcover in airports or brick-and-mortar bookstores or receiving them as holiday gifts. But most fifty-book-a-year genre fiction readers are, by now, buying those books online, and most probably as ebooks—which usually means that half or more of them are self-published purchases. Part of that is that Kindle has titles nobody else has, as some self-publishing entities just use the dominant platform and skip the rest.

And almost no big publisher commercial content is included in Kindle Unlimited Indie authors and Kindle Unlimited have made the biggest inroads Neely Tucker, Washington Post, Check out the archive! The Wacky World of a Working Writer by Laura Resnick Kindle, the dark side of the professional writing game--everything that can go wrong. Paid subscribers to Publishers Lunch Deluxe got a useful summary of Harlequin's "Harlequin Horizons" self-publishing enterprise, an effort to make money from the romance writers it doesn't publish by selling them vanity publishing services.

Sharp rebukes from writers and writers' organizations included an announcement from Science Fiction Writers of America SFWA , which, concerned that the new 'self-publishing' venture's "sole purpose appears to be the enrichment of the corporate coffers at the expense of aspiring writers," declared that "NO titles from ANY Harlequin imprint will be counted as qualifying for membership in SFWA.

It took a long time for real-life sex to catch up. Historical novels and awards for historical fiction "Journalism allows its readers to witness history; fiction gives its readers an opportunity to live it. The HNS conference U. In the first of her BBC Reith Lectures, the double Man Booker prize-winning author explores the complicated relationship between history, fact and fiction.

This is how we live in the world: Once the romance was about aristocratic connections and secret status, the fantasy of being part of an elite. Now the romance is about deprivation, dislocation, about the distance covered between there and here: The facts have less traction, less influence on what we are and what we do, than the self-built fictions. Some participants read a version of a narrative that foregrounded facts that made it doubtful Washington would become the president; others read a narrative that made his presidency seem likely.

Readers who read the doubtful version took longer to verify that he had indeed become president or to recognize that a sentence denying that he had become president was not true. What are the rules for historical fiction? Sarah Johnson, Historical Novel Society. See also Defining the genre Richard Lee. Can fiction and history really be kept secret? See special website edition of open-access academic journal Text: Fictional histories and historical fictions: Writing history in the twenty-first century ed.

Tracks when and how usage patterns changed in history based on how often words and word combination appear in books over time and useful for avoiding anachronistic slang in historical fiction. Don't hit reader over the head. If in doubt, leave it out. Why would a writer not wish to work with them when the period is clearly one in which they are interested enough to have based a book around? Well, largely because they can be immensely inconvenient. Sarah Johnson's site showing how certain art gets used and reused for covers on historical novels and Diane Ackerman's A Natural History of Love , hardcover edition.

Masters of the Past Sarah L. Download PDF copy or click on links on various subtopics. Fascinating profile of Hilary Mantel author of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies --first of her life, and then of her life as a historical novelist--one trying to imagine real history. When she is writing historical fiction, she knows what will happen and can do nothing about it, but she must try to imagine the events as if the outcome were not yet fixed, from the perspective of the characters, who are moving forward in ignorance.

What she, the author, knows is history, not fate. On Hilary Mantel's second Booker Win and here she is on a podcast: She might be appalled to have her entry in the same group as some of the bodice rippers on other sites to which this page links. Short Stories Leslie Kaufman, Books, NY Times, Story collections, an often underappreciated literary cousin of novels, are experiencing a resurgence, driven by a proliferation of digital options that offer not only new creative opportunities but exposure and revenue as well.

And a good reading list for short story lovers. Students learn terms, concepts, and techniques to improve both writing and critical thinking. Examines the skills needed to be a successful publishing manager in a changing industry. Covers new business models, new revenue streams, strategic planning, leadership, organization, personnel, and more. Also emphasizes identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunities. Addresses book, magazine, and electronic publishing. Provides an understanding of the magazine field from the perspective of writers and editors.

Looks at the similarities and differences between general interest magazines and more focused magazines, and how magazines compete with each other and with other media for audiences and revenues. Topics include how magazines carve out niches, the relationship between the business and editorial departments, and the editorial operations of magazines.

The course also looks at the history of the magazine industry. Examines the acquisition and editing of a manuscript, its progress into design and production, and the final strategies of promotion and distribution of a finished book. Students master the page layout and image creation software used in the publishing industry. Students also learn related computer-based skills, such as type and image sourcing, image acquisition, including scanning, and copyright issues.

Although some design issues are addressed, the primary focus is on software skills. Course assumes students have basic Macintosh skills. Joseph Durand , Lisa Diercks. PB - Book Editing 4 Credits. In other words, book editing is an art, not a science. PB - Profile Writing 4 Credits. Students learn how to write about other people? They read the work of the best magazine profile writers writing today, and many of those writers will speak to the class via Skype. Students write several profiles, including a long magazine-length final project.

The profiles are workshopped in class.

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This course is designed for students interested in magazine writing, biography, journalism feature writing, and nonfiction writing that focuses on the lives of other people. Covers book and book jacket design fundamentals: This is not a software instruction course. Course covers magazine design fundamentals: Each student produces a sample magazine through a workshop process of presentations and revisions. Special offerings in book, magazine, and electronic publishing.

PB - Metadata 4 Credits. Explores the role of metadata in the evolving information ecosystems within various publishing ecosystems. The course examines the use of specific metadata schemes within the book and digital publishing industries. Topics in Community Publishing is a project-based course that enables students to collaborate with community partners on publishable projects. Students will learn professional writing and publishing skills in an experiential setting as they research, design, and produce tangible publications for use in the local community.

Through the process, students will also gain knowledge of fast-paced working environments, professional relationships, deadlines, and project management. Covers new business models, new revenue streams, strategic planning, leadership, organization, finance, personnel, and more. PB - Magazine Writing 4 Credits. Gives students experience in developing magazine feature stories. Students brainstorm, report, and write their own magazine-style stories, with emphasis on the shaping and editing stage. They also read and discuss published work by professionals. Class is conducted as a writing workshop in a style that mimics a magazine atmosphere.

This course may count for 1 workshop credit for nonfiction students. Examines the magazine writing and editing process, and covers topics ranging from idea generation and story selection to the mechanics of editing and how the editorial process works. Examines the magazine field from the perspective of writers and editors, and covers the editorial and business operations of magazines, the editorial mix, and magazine geography.

Benoit Denizet-Lewis , Bill Beuttler. Covers magazine design fundamentals: Students produce sample magazines through a workshop process of presentations and revisions. Course assumes students have necessary computer skills. Introduction to the book publishing industry, including a detailed examination of the editorial, marketing, and design and production stages of the book publishing process.

Course also looks at important developments and issues within the field, such as online publishing, and at various jobs in book publishing. Considers book editing skills, tasks, and responsibilities from initial review and acquisition of a book manuscript through project development. Emphasizes trade book editing, but also considers editorial work at scholarly and professional presses.

PB - Book Design and Prod. Students design a book through a workshop process of presentations and revisions. PB - Column Writing 4 Credits. Magazine publishing course explores the process of researching, writing, and revising magazine columns, and examines the importance of audience. This course may count for one workshop requirement for nonfiction students. Covers the process of editing and preparing manuscripts for publication. PB - Book Publicity 4 Credits.

Familiarizes students with trade book promotion to the media. All assignments and classroom activities are based on real-world publishing tasks so that students leave the class thoroughly prepared to promote their book or someone else's. Students master the page layout and image creation software used in the print publishing industry. Some design issues are addressed, but the primary focus is on software skills. Course assumes the student has basic Macintosh skills.

Course assumes the student has basic computer skills. Christine Kayser , John Rodzvilla. Course is designed as an extension of the Book Publishing Overview course for students who want to further explore the sales and marketing sides of business - where marketing and sales fit into the life of a book, the differences between the two areas, and the distinct effect that each, done well or badly, has on a book's success.

It then tracks the marketing and sales process through a book's publication with specific assignments at each stage based on real-world publications tasks from sales forecasting to planning and budgeting for marketing campaigns to sales calls and the retailers' buying processes.

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Special offerings in writing and publishing topics. Some topics may require a prerequisite or permission from the instructor. PB - Topics in Writing and Publishing: Works, Texts, and Documents: Textual Editing and Criticism 4 Credits. An introduction to literary editing, we will explore the different ways that literary works, and their physical manifestations, have been produced, transmitted and revised over time.

We will focus on how the editor's cultural and aesthetic framework affect the editor's approach to a literary work -- about how different theories of the text and differences in the means of textual reproduction yield both a wide range of interpretive practices and differing "stabilized" texts. The process of determining the physical representation of a work is not only an interpretive activity but it is also one that has empirical, or scientific, underpinnings. The goals of this course are twofold: This course provides a comprehensive overview of the critical importance of the agent in scouting and developing book projects, identifying and influencing trends in the marketplace, successfully pitching and selling book projects, and being the author?

Uses student manuscripts as its main texts, supplemented by published stories and novels, to illustrate the fundamental aspects of popular fiction. Explores the conventions and complexities of narration, characterization, scene, dialogue, style, tone, plot, etc. Emphasis is on the generation and revision of original work. Special offerings in topics that cover the historic development of genres within popular fiction. Topics could include American gothic, monster literature, dystopian future, steampunk, supernatural horror, and other speculative fictions. Utopian, Dystopian, and Apocalyptic Literature 4 Credits.

This course will take as its starting point early modern Romantic, and Victorian visions of Utopian worlds, 20th century dystopian visions, and some contemporary apocalyptic fictions. After dispensing with some of the obvious allegorical questions about the function of these visions of "Brave New Worlds," we will consider some of the more complex contours of utopian projects in opposition to dystopian and apocalyptic refutations and whether they are refutations at all.


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In particular we will consider the idea of progress and futurity in the context of Marxist, postmodern, and poststructural theory as well as in the context of some religious eschatological traditions. An overview of core publishing processes: The course covers how traditional and independent publishers turn a manuscript into a finished book. It also looks at the role of the literary agent and how to manage a book project. Topics may include offerings in marketing and publicity, building an author? Some topics may require a prerequisite or permission of instructor.

PF - Topics in Writing and Publishing: Introduction to Book Design for Writers 4 Credits. This course covers book design and production for writers seeking to self-publish their manuscripts. Explores design, typography, layout, and production fundamentals. Students refine their design ideas through a process of presentation and revision, culminating in a bound book by the course? Familiarity with Adobe InDesign. Students need consent of the graduate program director to register for the course. Introduces college writing, focusing on cultural analysis that appears in academic work and in the public intellectual sphere.

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