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Monday, May 27, 2013

Story Crafting: Structure

DEBBIE LEE WESSELMANN - Structure is one of the most difficult concepts to teach, primarily because each project requires its own peculiar organization; however, since a story’s impact depends as much as ordering as on content, aspiring writers would be well advised to analyze professionally written fiction to determine the effect of the structure.  If you are just beginning to write fiction, please note that this is an advanced topic.

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