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This reads, at times, like Infinite Jest, the gold standard in overly long, and complex, books.
That sentence is meant to be ironic. Read more
Full disclosure: I consider Clark a mentor.
But I chose him as a mentor for a reason: he is a great teacher. Read more
What I have enjoyed the most about this book, are all the reading recommendations made by the author. I've learned about authors I had not heard about before. Read morePublished 4 months ago by F.van Reem
Everyone could learn something from this little jewel. There are valuable writing tips that can benefit all, interspersed with wit and humor. Read morePublished 5 months ago by tim rode
This is a good book that raises a valid point. I just wish the writer had taken his own advice and made it shorter and more to the point. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steven Stark
Great, tangible tips on how to make your short writing (of any kind) powerful. This guy is awesome. BUY THE BOOK!Published 6 months ago by Daniel
Blogger? Twitter-er? Short-short fiction writer? Essayist? Poet? Advertiser?
Modern writer of any sort?
Then you need to read this book.
Clark's celebration of brevity brims with insightful analysis, pungent examples and thought provoking activities. Read morePublished 8 months ago by David Barnes