One comment on “Writing the fantastic

  1. Hello Doug
    This is an aspect of your craft that makes me slap my forehead and say ‘of course.’ Writing description of place is hard for many fiction and cnf writers, and others worry about emoting too much or not enough. But to have to find words to describe what’s in your head when you’ve never seen nor touched nor felt it has to be a huge challenge, particularly when the audience has to be spoon fed to keep from imagining something already done. And those who read this genre tend not to like being coddled. A veritable Scylla and Charybdis.
    Love your blog!
    Medea

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