Terrible creative writing
The following selection of terrible writing by otherwise great writers (Daniel Clowes, Isaac Fitzgerald, Gillian Flynn, Damian Rogers, Mac McClelland, and Steve Almond) appears in Drivel, a project of LitQuake, edited by Julia Scott. Someday we’ll release all the alternate designs for Literary Hub (one of which featured an animated wagon wheel).
· At worst, on a creative writing course, the tutor will be able to show you how to do some magic tricks; at best, they will teach you how to be a good …
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In this blog, I (as well as other writers) have been writing mostly about how important it is to be a decent writer, how to write better, what is good writing, and so on. But, as I figured out a long time ago, people do not necessarily study well from positive examples.
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· Non-fluent writing: A good writer makes your eyes flow through the letters, making your reading as quick as thought. Even Tolkien with his long ass descriptions was very fluid. A bad writer makes you struggle with every sentence, and makes the idea correlation an endeavor.. Alive characters: A good writer just makes the characters and the characters go on and do their thing.
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