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December, 2012

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The Movement Of Time
Bitter QuillOn her adventures this year, Jennifer Edelson discovered something she hopes to hang on to for a long time to come. Here she gives us a map and a tenuous plan.
By Jennifer Edelson


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In Search Of Meaning
Bitter QuillWhy do your characters do what they do? Jennifer Edelson looks at an unrestricted way to go about constructing a fictional world.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Writing Tick
Bitter QuillJennifer Edelson describes the uncomfortable and necessary experience of writing. Sometimes, it can be like that - a love-hate sort of thing.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Why Do Writers Write?
Bitter QuillJennifer Edelson is back, and she's taking us on a search for that golden egg.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Holiday Schmolliday
Bitter QuillJennifer Edleson, soaring away from atop her lofty perch at IN, has taken a holiday, but, alas, the bacteria in the planet's atmosphere, which have followed her, have not. Watch this space in the coming weeks for a double dose of her eloquent, energetic fare.
By IN House Staff


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Literary Fictions Part II
Bitter QuillMost people like a fast, easy, entertaining read while the minority prefer literary works that use words and phrases to imply meaning to the reader without stating the author's meaning in clear, easy-to-interpret terms.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Literary Fictions Part I
Bitter QuillAt the root of all snootiness are assumptions about what makes "literature" literature and vise versa. After some in depth analysis, a short list of several supposed distinctions.
By Jennifer Edelson


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I Am Not Beethoven
Bitter QuillI took three minutes to write a purely emotional article. So I've been asked to take those messy three minutes and turn them into a polished piece of work. Presumably to see the process from rough to finish.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Ode To An Ontarian Rhodes
Bitter QuillRowdy Rhodes' column inspires to write for write's sake, and Ludwig von Beethoven just plain inspires, so just ditch everything and just write at breakneck speed.
By Jennifer Edelson


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IN The Closet
Bitter QuillTurning a secret yearning into a story is an escape that lends fluidity to real desires; a forum to safely explore “forbidden” feelings in a haven of  “make-believe.”
By Jennifer Edelson





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