Episode 33: Children at Tide's Ebb, Literary Short Fiction Critique

Leslie & Alyssa discuss poetic prose, interesting structure, the hallmarks of literary fiction and how this piece displays them, symbolism, and grounding the reader in the face of extremely poetic prose.


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Show Notes

So, good literary fiction—at least in my experience—is that which marries excellent plotting with thought-provoking language, or that which simply dazzles us with language and characterization even if the plotting remains subtle.
— Suzannah Windsor Freeman

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