"Writing, though, belongs first to the writer, and then to the reader, to the world.The subject is a catalyst, a character, but our responsibility is, has to be, to the work."
Megrim wrote:Edit: Also, the "present tense has closer narrative distance and intimacy" is popularly touted but I totally think that's bogus.
Holysocks wrote:I write in both. Actually, lately I've been having a tense crises, where whatever tense I write in, it feels disjointed to me. I try to just choose one now and ignore that feeling, because I don't think it stems from a real concern.
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