.. a petri dish for innovation

April 16, 2009 § 1 Comment

A brief interview with Brevity editor Dinty W. Moore, here:

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“…  the short form, when done well, offers a compression of experience, a distillation of the moment, that is more like the haiku or poem than it is like the longer, thoughtful memoir or essay.  I think certain experiments, with language, point-of-view, structure, work better in the short form.  Very brief essays are like a petri dish for innovation.”

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