Showcase: Max Ernst
At Eternity’s Gate #Movie #Review #VincentVanGogh
I found the following five tips from Inkandquills.com posted on Facebook:
- Don’t let your characters have what they want.
- Ask how you can make your character’s situation worse.
- Build flaws and conflict into your setting/story.
- Create conflict between your characters.
- Increase the consequences of failure for the hero.
Larry D. Thacker is a writer and artist from Tennessee (US). His stories can be found in past issues of The Still Journal, Fried Chicken and Coffee, Dime Show Review and The Emancipator. His poetry can be found in journals and magazines such as The Still Journal, The Southern Poetry Anthology: Tennessee, Mojave River Review, Broad River Review, Harpoon Review, Rappahannock Review, and Appalachian Heritage. He is the author of Mountain Mysteries: The Mystic Traditions of Appalachia, the poetry chapbooks, Voice Hunting and Memory Train and the forthcoming full collection Drifting in Awe. He is presently taking his MFA in poetry and fiction at West Virginia Wesleyan College. More stuff at:www.larrydthacker.com