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What a character

Sometimes, I wonder how much of a hand I actually had in the creation of some of my characters. Let me tell you about Floerian Silverstring. It started with Dungeons & Dragons. I’ve played the game for 14 years. Over … Continue reading

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Thinking on Paper

I’m in the midst of writing a paper on theories of myth for school. The topic I chose is ridiculously ambitious and more than any reasonable student would have opted to do. But I’m crazy, so, y’know. There’s a huge … Continue reading

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Style

There are many different styles of writing. There’s different kinds of diction–it could have very poetic, lyrical language, full of imagery and grace, or it could be very literal, concrete language, setting out a story. Of course there’s different genres–your … Continue reading

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Editing and the Workshop

A workshop is a room or building which provides both the area and tools (or machinery) that may be required for the manufacture or repair of manufactured goods. (from Wikipedia) The Creative Writing program at UBC is primarily a workshop-based … Continue reading

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Calculating Emotion

The end of Season 4 of House is one of the more touching moments I’ve seen on TV in a long time. As I recall, my shirt looked like I had just come in out of the rain when it … Continue reading

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