As my first year at the Rainier Writing Workshop (RWW) comes to an end, so does my list of book recommendations for the ever-learning academic!
My first year at the Rainier Writing Workshop is coming to an end, but I've got eight book recommendations for the academic reader! Be sure to keep an eye out for part two soon.
The Bird and the Blade by Megan Bannen is a treasure trove of useful literary techniques. We'll take a look at how Bannen creates layers in a scene by utilizing the attitudes of its characters.
What makes The LEGO Batman Movie a solid Batman film? How do these campy, self-aware versions of Batman characters differ from (and resemble) the heart of the lore?
The Testaments by Margaret Atwood, sequel to The Handmaid's Tale, is full of literary devices to fill your writer's toolbox. But how does the opening scene establish the rest of the book so well?