Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Forget plot, perspective and dialogue!

A new blogpost up from me on the open college of the arts blogsite!

A level three student of mine, Jo Wells, made a simple, but valid comment in her reflective commentary recently. She had included a well-realised and imaginative scene in her assignment work, and wrote that this… came out of an exercise where a person becomes invisible… I never forget the benefit of exercises and free-write. Most exercises can be arranged to include some aspect of what is currently being written.

go to

http://www.weareoca.com/creative_writing/forget-plot-perspective-and-dialogue/

to read the rest of the post.

3 comments:

  1. It is amazing what can grow from restriction. Some of my best work has come out of prompts.

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  2. Plottong doesn't stifle you; it sets you free....Jeffery Stanley, playwright

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  3. Great information.Thanks for information.

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