On Exploring Craft: Writers as Architects by MFA Alum Beatrice L. Bridglall
MFA Alum Beatrice L. Bridglall writes on Exploring Craft: Writers as Architects.
The process of probing beneath and even shaving or sanding away the language undergirding literary works that, word by word, line by line and page by page, sustains a narrative’s arc, contributes to the perspective of writer as architect. For it not only positions, but also reinforces the significance of line, mass, texture, balance, scale and proportion in a new world, a created structure and the spaces that organize it, that if expertly executed, endures over time.
Dr. Beatrice L. Bridglall is Fulbright Specialist in Higher Education; Chair of the Advisory Board for Student Success in Higher Education in New Jersey; and faculty affiliate at New York University–East China Normal University, Institute for Social Development at NYU Shanghai.
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