WHAT FILM CANNOT: The Technique That Saves Fiction from Extinction

  1. Scott Hillsman says:

    Great article. I’ve been saying literature is interactive for years — it’s cool to find other people saying the same thing.

  2. Jennifer Banks says:

    This was a great article. I’m actually working on a nonfiction memoir piece right now and had become completely stuck. My scenes were pretty good, but when I workshopped the piece, people kept saying they needed more of me, more of what I was thinking. But I was afraid I’d end up telling what I’d already shown, like I was sad or frustrated or whatever. But after reading your piece, I finally got it that it’s interiority I’m missing–the internal conflict I was having more so than just feelings. After reading your post, I knew how to move forward into my next draft. Thank you!

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  4. M. says:

    Great article. I’m currently a fiction student in an MFA program, but I’m really passionate about film, almost as much as writing. Do you think there’s any way to successfully blend what both mediums offer into fiction?

  5. ken ampel says:

    What an insightful article on the idea of interiority and its importance in fiction. Thank you for writing it.

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