Monthly Archives: July 2012

We have five senses. 1

During your next trip, while you are walking down a city street or a country road, try to describe the place without referring to what you see. How can you describe a place without seeing it? It is difficult but … Continue reading

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Planned precision

Nabokov wrote, “Caress the divine details”, as the quality of a story can be found in its apparently insignificant details. Precision is very important for achieving this. Being precise means do not just write “red”. What kind of red is … Continue reading

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Daily Sketchbooks

  I and the Others I was commissioned to create a piece entitled “I and the Others”. A mask for Noh Theatre that contains the enigma of identity: the “I” is an idol that the “Others” mutely contemplate it. Stefano … Continue reading

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Selection

You don’t always have to write about everything. Many things can be understood from their context. Remember that readers are intelligent and can fill in missing information if you give them the chance to. Moreover, filling up every description with … Continue reading

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