There’s been much blog ado over The New Yorker‘s “Summer Fiction: 20 Under 40.” Check out the gnashing here, here and here (we promise to complain more in a later post). However the writers learned their craft, they learned to write first sentences well. In fact, we found the lead sentence…
Whatever else they've learned in MFA programs, the New Yorker's celebrated (sorta-) young writers learned the art of leading with their chins.
June 19th, 2010 · No Comments
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