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WRITER'S LIFE December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Part I: The Script's Key Plot Points
In Part I of this two-part series, J.R. Kambak sets you on the path of script development and leaves you with an assignment to have ready for Part II.
By J.R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

A Poem Is A Little Path
Keeping it breezy for May, we present some guidance in the form of a poem from one of our favourite accomplished poets.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Reality Suspension
Take your reader deep into another world through your words. Engage emotions and physical sensations to capture your audience.
By Rowdy Rhodes


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

Successful Influence
Do you have the keys to unlock the magic that gets your readers to change an attitude or behaviour? Draw readers in with clarity and involvement.
By Julie A. Pierce


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Origin Of The Screenplay
To try and follow a path of mental and then physical steps, or vice versa, is a mistake. The two are organically intertwined in human experience and in the creation of the screenplay.
By J. R. Kambak


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Seeing Like A Poet
Charles Ghigna helps us see the world in a whole new way. Take a new look, a deeper look, find a new focus on the finer details, and use the new vision to create.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Speaking In Tongues (Excerpt)
In his poetry, Charles Ghigna exemplifies the use of the poet's eye and imagination to take in every day details and transform them into art.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Devilish Details
Details can be used to define settings, support plot, develop character, provide background, engage the senses, and establish relationships.
By Joyce Faulkner


WRITER'S LIFE
Nonfiction

There's Money In That Junk Mail!
Are you throwing away free education that is mailed directly to you on a daily basis? Open your junk mail. Class is in session.
By Karen Braynard


WRITER'S LIFE
Screen & Stage

Scriptspeak: Writing Dialogue
Strengthen your script with meaningful and rich dialogue rather than proping it up with the usual cinematic clichés.
By J. R. Kambak





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