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Good vs. Great

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Lessons From the Slushpile: Good vs. Great at Inkpunks:

As writers we get so accustomed to identifying what’s wrong with things. We read and we pick out the things we don’t like about a story, what we think the author did wrong. Maybe it’s time for a new approach: We can go read something great, and then identify what made it great, and how the author executed it.

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