Monday, June 14, 2010

Topic: On setting in Writing Stories

10-second review: “Stories that lack ‘a sense of place’…seldom advance from the depths of the slush pile. In contrast, stories with a strong sense of place do.” Philip Martin.

Title: “A Place to Remember.” Jeff Reich, editor. The Writer (November 2009), 6.

Comment: And a sense of place is equally important in films. Vincente Minnelli was a master at it. RayS.

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