Sunday, May 13, 2007

I love Flannery O'Connor

This mini-essay that Maud Newton posted a little over a year ago has a great take on writing and art as she talks about her story "Good Country People," one of my favorites of hers. Wonderful stuff in here to think about for improv, and the use of telling details, especially in narrative improv. Those details have to have a life on the surface first. It's a wooden leg first.


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