The Scribophile Writing Blog
Archive for February, 2010
It's an Avatar world, and we're just living in it. But that might not be such a good thing.
While watching Avatar recently, for the second time, I began to pick apart certain story elements that were familiar/trite/lame/silly/illogical, and I thought to myself, “None of that stuff really mat...
by Brandon Nolta • 3 comments
Nostalgia isn't worth much, but looking back can be useful.
I found a folder in my file cabinet the other day that I haven’t seen in a while. It’s sitting on top of my computer right now, and my eyes keep drifting away from the screen and settling on it. I rea...
by Justin C. Key • 6 comments
I'm feeling inspired!
Or do they? I'm sure someone here could go outside, pick a leaf off a tree, stare at it and then come up with a formidable story. Hell, some writer in the world may have that as his or her sole method...
by Ervin Anderson • 4 comments
How are writers able to collaborate? I'm still trying to figure it out.
Until recently, I had never collaborated on a writing project with anyone, unless you count my dueling Gemini personalities. I’ve always viewed writing as a solitary process. Me, alone, with my laptop...
by Brandon Nolta • 5 comments
Here's something I learned at LTUE I wanted to share.
So, it’s been nearly a week since my buddy and I ventured into Utah to attend the LTUE symposium, and I’m glad to say that it was overall a very useful experience. I got to hear a number of interestin...
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