Knowing Your Tics, Working Your Tics (via The Parking Lot Confessional)

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A post in which I wax philosophical about which quirky facets of my psyche might show up in my work, and ask you to search out your own tics to consider how they affect your work.

Knowing Your Tics, Working Your Tics This week we're "showing our Freudian slips" around here. Or in other words, talking about the quirks in our psyches that end up in the stories we write. I've been trying to pin down what my story tics are. It might have been a better idea to write this week's posts for each other. I'm sure it's clear to my fellow confessioners what my quirky issues are. Looking for them myself, though, is a bit like looking at those lesser stars in the sky. I ca … Read More

via The Parking Lot Confessional

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