Creative writing language usage




Creative writing involves playful but rigorous work with language. A lot of people seem to associate creative writing with an "anything goes" mentality. However, in order to produce a good text, poem, short story or dramatic scene, the language needs to be correct and it needs to work.


This is really a creative writing question, not English Language & Usage, and belongs on another site. However, a canonical answer may serve as a useful duplicate, and allow us to provide some sort of assistance, rather than send people away with fleas in their ears.


Top tips for creative writing. Crafting an original work of fiction, poetry, or creative non-fiction takes time, practice, and persistence. While there’s no exact science to creative writing, the following tips will help you get started: 1 Write about what you know. Beginning writers always get told ‘write what you know’, but it’s good ...


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