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  • 448
  • Deepening Fiction A Practical Guide for Intermediate and Advanced Writers
  • Sarah Stone
  • English
  • 15 June 2019
  • 9780321195371

About the Author: Sarah Stone

Sarah Stone’s new novel Hungry Ghost Theater was published by WTAW Press in October 2018 Her previous novel The True Sources of the Nile has been taught in courses on literature ethics and the rhetoric of human rights It was a BookSense 76 selection has been translated into German and Dutch and was included in Geoff Wisner’s A Basket of Leaves 99 Books That Capture the Spirit of Africa



10 thoughts on “Deepening Fiction A Practical Guide for Intermediate and Advanced Writers

  1. says:

    45 stars An excellent textbook for writing that goes beyond the basics This book is geared specifically to writing short stories and for the most part literary short fiction The anthology of stories in the back are well chosen and the text puts them to good use illustrating different aspects of writing and story telling As a bonus I now have several new favorite stories Trauma Plate by Adam Johnson Car Crash

  2. says:

    Connecting character to story “what action or event could most test this person’s particular personality” A story will be complicated if a readers hopes and fears for the character are not identical to the characters’ hopes and fears for themselves Characters may support or defeat each other may have conflicting needs or complementary needs world views desires—or may illuminate each other through their intera

  3. says:

    Another garbage book The authors are so pretentious it is hard to get through a chapter They consider anyone who writes differently from them to be inferior and a bad author I guess that is why I have never heard of books by Sarah Stone The other authors are too busy selling books

  4. says:

    Hard to find a better fiction writing textbook Recommended by Joan Silber

  5. says:

    Eventually books that teach writing all sound the same They attempt to provide fresh new ways of thinking about the craft

  6. says:

    I was assigned this textbook for a fiction writing class It's easy to use and understand but I saw nothing 'new

  7. says:

    Good advice and exercises with a variety of stories for examples

  8. says:

    My favorite resource on writing fiction

  9. says:

    This is very much a textbook as is evidenced by the fact that the copyright is held by Pearson Education instead of by the authors I can see that it would be of use in a classroom in that it is largely a collection of examples of certain types of writing but it fails where so many other books on writing theory fail in that it has an

  10. says:

    Used by my intermediate fiction class in college Deepening Fiction was a useful guide in learning how to better my craft; the antholog

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