Tag Archives: POV

Writing the Iceberg

  There’s a meme floating around the writing world that shows a picture of an iceberg.  It labels the top part, “The Movie” and the bottom part, “The Book.” Icebergs, and indeed all ice, share the phenomenon where most of … Continue reading

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Advanced Point of View

Back in February of this year I attended a writer’s conference and promised to share notes from a few of the sessions.  Now, five months later, I’m finally getting around to it.  One of the most useful sessions to me … Continue reading

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Anamorphosis Art – seeing things in a new way

Artist Julian Beever takes realistic and fun art to a whole new level with his chalk street drawings. His creations have graced the sidewalks and streets of England, France, Germany, USA, Australia and Belgium. The art must be viewed from … Continue reading

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