(2009). Splicing the strands.
In: Neale, Derek ed.
A Creative Writing Handbook: developing dramatic technique, individual style and voice.
London: A&C Black, pp. 164–180.
(Click here to request a copy from the OU Author.
One of two chapters on how film and drama can influence the writing of fiction, including activities and readings, and sections on - converging characters; montage in fiction and crosscutting longer narratives; genre; time in relation to length of narrative; meetings; controlling tension; linking narratives; poetic cutting; different types of streams of consciousness.
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||fiction; novels; short stories; creative writing; drama; genre; film; plays; monologues; scenes; montage; cutting; narrative.
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