Illuminating Fiction

Illuminating Fiction

SherryEllis / May 26, 2020
Illuminating Fiction Illuminating Fiction contains nineteen interviews with fiction writing luminaries including Edward P Jones Julia Glass Amy Bloom Jill McCorkle Margot Livesy Ron Carlson and Steve Almond The inter
  • Title: Illuminating Fiction
  • Author: SherryEllis
  • ISBN: 9781597090681
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • Illuminating Fiction contains nineteen interviews with fiction writing luminaries including Edward P Jones, Julia Glass, Amy Bloom, Jill McCorkle, Margot Livesy, Ron Carlson and Steve Almond The interviews contain questions about narrative, voice, character, place, point of view, arc of the story novel plot, and revision questions about the writing process questions aIlluminating Fiction contains nineteen interviews with fiction writing luminaries including Edward P Jones, Julia Glass, Amy Bloom, Jill McCorkle, Margot Livesy, Ron Carlson and Steve Almond The interviews contain questions about narrative, voice, character, place, point of view, arc of the story novel plot, and revision questions about the writing process questions about the trajectory of the writer s career questions about the role and importance of writing courses and mentoring and also questions that Ellis has drawn from the text of the authors work Authors describe the challenges they have faced The reader is able to gain an intimate and specific understanding of the authors works, and the authors thought process as they created their novels and short stories.
    Illuminating Fiction Ellis, Sherry Apr , Illuminating Fiction is a group of interviews with fictional authors Sherry Ellis leads us through the authors process of writing books with thoughtful questions about character, and story development, and ties the thinking to to the life the author leads. Illuminating Fiction by Sherry Ellis, Paperback Barnes Apr , Illuminating Fiction contains nineteen interviews with fiction writing luminaries including Edward P Jones, Julia Glass, Amy Bloom, Jill McCorkle, Margot Livesy, Ron Carlson and Steve Almond. Illuminating Fiction Walmart Walmart Illuminating Fiction contains nineteen interviews with fiction writing luminaries including Edward P Jones, Julia Glass, Amy Bloom, Jill McCorkle, Margot Livesy, Ron Carlson and Steve Almond. Illuminating Fiction Now Write Illuminating Fiction The interviews contain questions about narrative, voice, character, place, point of view, arc of the story novel plot, and revision questions about the writing process questions about the trajectory of the writer s career questions about the role and importance of writing courses and mentoring and also questions that Ellis has drawn from the text of the authors work. Illuminating Fiction eBook by Rakuten Kobo Illuminating Fiction contains nineteen interviews with fiction writing luminaries including Edward P Jones, Julia Glass, Amy Bloom, Jill McCorkle, Margot Livesy, Ron Carlson and Steve Almond. Illuminating Fiction by Ellis OverDrive Rakuten Illuminating Fiction contains nineteen interviews with fiction writing luminaries including Edward P Jones, Julia Glass, Amy Bloom, Jill McCorkle, Margot Livesy, Ron Carlson and Steve Almond.
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      • SherryEllis

        Sherry Ellis was a writer, social worker, writing coach, and the originator of the Now Write series of writing exercise books She edited Now Write , Now Write Nonfiction, and coedited Now Write Screenwriting with her niece, Laurie Lamson Her author interviews were published in literary magazines and are anthologized in Illuminating Fiction She passed away during the process of putting together the fourth book in the series Now Write Mysteries She is greatly missed by authors everywhere.

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    1. It was a little repetitive and, to be honest, I hadn t read work by many of the authors featured in the book So, I m embarrassed to say I skipped reading Ellis s questions, because life is short, and the answers tended to be self explanatory As an aspiring novelist, it was at its most interesting when the authors talked about their writing practice.


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