Over the past few years, projecteducate has worked hard to provide educational articles for various art forms. Within literature, we've seen our fair share and over the past 2 years we've used our own group CRLiterature to manage these articles to ensure as much of the community can see them. However, sometimes we miss people and that's a shame because the articles we've written as a community have been pretty spectacular and still valid today.
Hear Me My Audience!!
Formatting for the Interweb Era
"Said" and Effective Dialogue Tags
Hook, Line, and Sinker: How to Start Your Story
Passive Voice vs Active Voice
Pacing (and Show vs. Tell)
Readymades (Hallmarks of Lazy Writing)
Colloquialism: You down with it?
Revise and Edit
Making the Most of the Words You Use
What is Voice, Anyway?
Prose Basics Wrap Up
How to Plot like a Grim
Please Pants Responsibly (Paper Notebooks FTW!)
The Name Game
Truth & Lies: Nonfiction Prose
Who Needs Reality? We have Fiction!
Unreal City: The Lit Forums
- Which articles above have helped you personally or you found useful/insightful?
- What kind of articles interest you the most (i.e. interviews)?
- If we hold future PE weeks, what areas would you like to see covered (not already above)?
- And for future reference in case we need to call upon you to help write future PE articles- are you a subject expert or enthusiast in any form, style genre or aspect of literature or the literature community and if so what?
- Draw and muro dinosaur if you can't answer any of the above or just fancy drawing a dinosaur.