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March 3 2013 Literary Fiction Newsletter

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Literary Writing - Doing Your Research
How important is research when writing a literary work of fiction? How necessary is it even when the unfinished literary work is not 'history-based'? This article provides answers to some lingering questions!


"A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be ultimately at peace with himself. What a man can be, he must be."
--- Abraham Harold Maslow


March 6 - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
March 6 - Elizabeth Barrett Browning
March 8 - Kenneth Grahame
March 8 - Jeffrey Eugenides
March 9 - Keri Hulme


Let's talk about -and participate in- some research this week. When you get the time, think about whatever event or place or anything you've wondered about but never got clear answers or facts on. Maybe you're curious about a particular country, culture, food, product, whatever it could be...and you've heard various (perhaps controversial) views on it, and thus you don't quite know where you stand regarding it. Well, why don't you make some effort to find out this week...'Google' it up (this seems to be the fastest way to get information in this era, as opposed to walking up to a local library) and aim to get an accurate, unbiased description of whatever it is you'd like to know more about. We can never be too old or too accomplished to learn new things! So, let's do some research. This week. You'll be glad you did.

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Have a lovely week ahead!

Warmest Regards,

Ije Kanu, Literary Fiction Editor

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