suspicious view loof

Originally posted on Lisa Lanser Rose: Sometimes when working on a personal essay or memoir we flood the engine of our prose. We’re trying hard to be as authentic, accurate, and open as possible, and so include everything remotely significant, and the forward momentum stalls under the weight. In revision, techniques from the art of fiction can goad the pace. Here are…

via Top-Five Tools for Suspense in Creative Nonfiction — The Gloria Sirens

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