All the way back in 1994, barely two months into my Honours year in Philosophy at Monash, I had to withdraw due to illness. My teachers and tutors had, they told me, been concerned as they watched me descend into exhaustion, and were relieved I was willing to take a break and care for my … Continue reading Let’s try that again… at a distance.
In her book, It was the Best of Sentences, it was the Worst of Sentences, June Casagrande gives is an interesting reason to learn our fundamentals: “If you want to master the art of the sentence, you must first accept a somewhat unpleasant truth – one a lot of writers would rather deny: The Reader … Continue reading #Storycraft Topic: “Thy Reader, Thy King”
Thank you to everyone who attended our first #storycraft tweet chat, you were all very kind to me on my first foray as host. I feel confident in saying that we all had fun and learned something, too! Our first topic was Point of View and everyone jumped in feet first to discuss the pros and … Continue reading #storycraft tweet chat begins!