Inspiration and Accumulation

JDG: I wonder if you could say more about how you see this process of how smaller stories grow into a larger, coherent narrative? SB: I’m not sure it can be very simply defined. But to me it’s predominantly about inspiration, and a process of accumulation. This exchange comes from Jeppe Dyrendom Graugaard's interview with … Continue reading Inspiration and Accumulation

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Writing Embodiment, When the point is not escape…

We all know what fiction is. What it's for. Fiction is a story with an arc. We start here and bad shit happens and we end up there. Either the hero triumphs and it's a comedy or a drama, or the hero fails and its either comedy or tragedy. We want a novel to draw … Continue reading Writing Embodiment, When the point is not escape…

A conversation on Fiction, or a fictional conversation…

Have you ever wished, after a good long talk, you had thought to record it? There's a specific quality to the way we express ourselves in conversation, to the spacing and timing of what gets said, when, and how. In fiction it is always a wonder to read a conversation and have it ring true. … Continue reading A conversation on Fiction, or a fictional conversation…