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Surtsey
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5 votes
5 answers
4k views

In this day and age should the definition / categorisation of erotica be revised?

3 votes
8 answers
1k views

Does a novel require a conflict?

2 votes
1 answer
112 views

What's it called?

2 votes
2 answers
208 views

Would publishing my story like a TV series be successful? [duplicate]

1 vote
2 answers
590 views

Can you write a story using inanimate characters? [closed]

1 vote
1 answer
109 views

In the modern era should literature embrace the lessons from new media and discard some traditional practices? [closed]

1 vote
3 answers
159 views

How can a writer point out the merits of his or her own work?

1 vote
3 answers
544 views

What is the creative aspect of creative writing? [closed]

1 vote
1 answer
127 views

Intentional, Subconscious, or Coincidence? [closed]

0 votes
6 answers
431 views

How far apart can the dots be?

0 votes
2 answers
182 views

How to prevent secondary characters stealing protagonist role when using exposition via dialogue?

0 votes
3 answers
213 views

Why is sarcasm so hard to write?

0 votes
1 answer
210 views

Interractive, fourth wall styles . . . What do people think?

0 votes
1 answer
262 views

Is there a name for this particular technique? Does it even exist? Can others point to existing novels where it has been used?

0 votes
2 answers
172 views

In the digital age of Kindle and POD is a book ever finished?

-1 votes
5 answers
516 views

Writing for a broad spectrum of readers. How do you engage the elite whilst appealing to the base?

-5 votes
2 answers
493 views

Is "How to" killing creative writing? [closed]

-5 votes
5 answers
396 views

Is read, read, read really the best advice?

-5 votes
2 answers
2k views

Why are Americans obsessed with acronyms, abreviations and initials? [closed]

-7 votes
2 answers
227 views

Is political correctness a challenge to clarity of communication and characterisation [closed]