We are made, I think, just as much by our experiences as our DNA. The places you go, the TV you watch, the people you meet and the books you read have just as important an impact on the making of you. March 1996 drew a thick line down my childhood.
I recently read The Anatomy of Story, by John Truby and now I understand story more deeply than if I had read for a thousand years. I could never have afforded any kind of college or graduate level course in creative writing. And the few books I bought on the subject were mostly creative writing… Continue reading “The Anatomy of Storytelling” Should Be Titled “How to Take Your Lumpy Mashed Potato Mess of A Story and Turn it Into the Classiest Duchess Potatoes You Ever Ate. WITH Nutmeg.”
Has any society reached a pinnacle higher than the public library?