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Tag Archives: POV
You Should Read This: Shelter by Susan Palwick
Shelter by Susan Palwick is one of the reasons why I will never question the use of anything, be it shoe, gun, elephant, or even a rope, as a protagonist. That is because one of the multiple viewpoints it’s told from is that of a house, or to be more precise, the AI running it.
Transitions and Shifting POV in Fiction
So the title of this looks like I’m going to talk about something useful, but actually, I’m pretty much going to gush about Joe Abercrombie’s writing. I hadn’t read anything by him, but was at Confusion last January and had enough people recommend his writing (and watched a writer I admire go total fanboy when confronted with Joe) that I picked up THE HEROES to try it out and was immediately blown away.
Posted in Writing Tagged Joe Abercrombie, online workshop, POV, transitions in fiction, writing F&SF 4 Comments