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When writing a biography, isn’t it pretty much preset and episodic in its form? - Question/Answer Now Playing


When writing a biography, isn’t it pretty much preset and episodic in its form?

Apr 13, 2012

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When writing a biography, isn’t it pretty much preset and episodic in its form? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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Holly: Difference between story and history is...
at Apr 15, 2012 - 11:03 AM
...this Q&A. Thank you, Mr. McKee, for helping me untangle myself from my protagonist's seven volumes of history and weeding out all that is needless to my telling of his story. Looking forward to your NYC class on April 25.
MarkSchaeffer: Wry comment on Adaptation
at Apr 14, 2012 - 7:10 AM
I'm an acolyte having studied (not read, studied) Story for the last five years. But doesn't ADAPTATION turn into a "B" movie once the writer goes to the Story seminar and gets religion?
MarkSchaeffer: Text edit option
at Apr 14, 2012 - 6:51 AM
As far as I can tell, we don't have the ability to edit our posts. Perhaps that's because Storylogue is still in startup mode. But what are we without the ability to amend our first thoughts? I believe that having the ability to edit our posts would enhance interaction with our colleagues.

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