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Northwest Tales By Writing Fiction
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Stories written during Writing Fiction in spring 2013 at Indiana University Northwest.
Choose Your Own Adventure By Fiction Writing Spring 2013
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As a class, we believe that more novels should be written in the second person. We also believe that readers should be able to make choices, and that leprechauns are deadly, and that it's totally... More > possible to write a valid adventure story in an hour-long jam session with one's classmates. Hence: "The Door and the Lake", an experimental choose-your-own-adventure-style novella in which a lot of terrible things happen. Read and enjoy or die or survive or whatever.< Less
The Door and the Lake By Fiction Writing Spring 2013
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As a class, we believe that more novels should be written in the second person. We also believe that readers should be able to make choices, and that leprechauns are deadly, and that it's totally... More > possible to write a valid adventure story in an hour-long jam session with one's classmates. Hence: "The Door and the Lake", an experimental choose-your-own-adventure-style novella in which a lot of terrible things happen. Read and enjoy or die or survive or whatever.< Less
Teen Fiction Writes 2013 By Teen Fiction 2nd Semester
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Second semester students write in response to Cofer's An Island Like You.
Writing Fiction: Ask the Editor By Donna Ippolito
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Writing fiction is both art and craft. Art may come naturally to the genius, but the rest of us rely on craft. In this book, Donna Ippolito draws on 25+ years as an editor of best-selling mass market... More > fiction as well as literary fiction to answer questions real writers ask about finding ideas, overcoming writer’s block, plotting, character development, revising, getting published, and much, much more. Whatever the quandary or query, it’s craft to the rescue in writing fiction. ISBN: 978-0-615-41554-3< Less
Writing Fiction: Ask the Editor By Donna Ippolito
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Writing fiction is both art and craft. Art may come naturally to the genius, but the rest of us rely on craft. In this book, Donna Ippolito draws on 25+ years as an editor of best-selling mass market... More > fiction as well as literary fiction to answer questions real writers ask about finding ideas, overcoming writer’s block, plotting, character development, revising, getting published, and much, much more. Whatever the quandary or query, it’s craft to the rescue in writing fiction. ISBN: 978-0-615-41554-3< Less
You Can Write Fiction By Jean Goldstrom
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You always wanted to write fiction, but you didn't, because...you hadn't yet read this book! Read it now and start your fiction-writing career. Let a veteran writer show you how it's done. Then, you... More > can write fiction!< Less
Fiction Writing Sequence By Matt Pacult et al.
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Short stories by Northwestern University's fiction writing sequence from 2009 - 2010.
Fiction Writing Sequence By Matt Pacult et al.
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Short stories by Northwestern University's fiction writing sequence from 2009 - 2010.
Writing Fiction Workbook By Lisa Selvidge
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This concise and practical writing fiction workbook, loosely based on an online course in prose fiction written for Continuing Education at the University of East Anglia, can serve as both a... More > coursebook and a workbook. As well as many exercises and tips for beginning writers, the book leads you on a journey through writing. At the end of which, you will, hopefully, have written a short story – and much much more. ‘This workbook provided me with all the necessary tools to start, shape and finish my first short story. User-friendly, practical and stimulating it is a vital asset for those who are starting to write.’ Evangelia Avloniti< Less