Monthly Archives: July 2012

Discovery Writing and the Writing of Characters

I’m doing a PhD on discovery writing. I’ve interviewed students and professional fiction writers, and based the interviews on their essay writing and fiction writing. I’ve interviewed 7 people about their fiction writing. All of my 7 writers have, in … Continue reading

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Discovery Talking

I’m doing a PhD on discovery writing. There are a few definitions of discovery writing, but a major theme is that talking and writing can bring forth new ideas, or give rise to discoveries.  The so-called Forster quote sums up … Continue reading

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The Skull on The Rock in Chauvet Cave

Inside Chauvet Cave a cave bear skull sits atop a large rock. No one’s sure exactly how long it’s been perched there, but carbon dating and various estimates suggest it’s been sitting there for 30,000 years. No one knows why … Continue reading

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