Brevity: When You Use the Right Words, You Don’t Need Many

The January 2015 issue of Brevity Magazine came out this week and it is teeming with thought provoking creative non-fiction essays that pack a punch. All pieces in Brevity are 750 words or less. The writing is concise and astute and the writers featured demonstrate a deep understanding of the craft – telling a meaningful and evocative story in such a short space is no easy task.

I am grateful to have some space in this issue’s Craft Essay section to share some thoughts on critiquing.

To check out this issue’s essays visit:

To read my craft essay on critiquing visit:

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