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Subject:Re: Creativity From:Documania <dcma -at- MAIL1 -dot- NAI -dot- NET> Date:Mon, 4 Aug 1997 13:03:59 -0500
David made the following generalization:
>Books and courses on creative writing techniques are to be avoided like
In general, I agree. Without understanding certain aspects of the craft,
though, you can wander pretty far afield and frustrate yourself out of
finishing your project. I have discovered a few books on creative writing
that are excellent and will happily provide titles to anyone interested.
dcma -at- ct1 -dot- nai -dot- net