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    December 30, 2009


    Sarah Allen

    Thanks for this! Its always very useful for us less experienced writers to learn from those further down the path. Wonderful advice :-)

    Sarah Allen
    (my creative writing blog)

    A. Manette Ansay

    I was so happy to see you mention Robley Wilson. I took the first story I ever wrote to the Stonecoast Writers Conference, where he was teaching, and though he did not publish that one--thank goodness--he published a new one the following year. He loved whatever was quirky, out-of-tune, out-of sync, exactly what, in a workshop setting, tended to draw fire. His short story "Paint" from Terrible Kisses was really important to me, because it taught me to focus on the thing itself, the situation, the concrete details that shape it, and not worry so much about the hows and the whys.

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