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Just as important as who tells your story is how they tell it.

Narrative voice: how you tell your story

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Clad in his dressing gown and blinking through the tail end of a shivering hangover, Ben attempted to craft a clever introduction to his article about narrative view.

Who tells your story? Why the theory of narrative view is important

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For writer and tutor Tom Spanbauer, writing is about putting your fear, heartbreak and shame on display.

Turning fear into fiction: an exploration of ‘dangerous writing’

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Art “is the social act of a solitary man”.

“Lonesome animals”: on writing and isolation

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It is 1959, in the Beat Hotel in Paris, and William S. Burroughs is cutting up a newspaper.

Understanding the difference between plot and structure

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The easiest step towards refining your writing process is determining what kind of writer you are. But worrying too much about method can distract you from actually telling your story.

Are you a planner or a ‘pantser’ – and does it really matter?

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