typography

While typography feels more like an aspect of visual design than something a writer should be thinking about, I felt obligated to pass along this link. These people have taken monologues from movies and used nothing but printed words to convey the strength and situation. I haven’t seen all of these movies, but each one sends chills down my spine; a fabulous and effective method of story telling.

Movies and Typography

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  1. Hi Eliza, i just started up a new blog about my experience of writing a novel, i thought i’d let you know that in each post i’m giving what i’m calling the ‘Aspirer’s Mark’ to an aspiring novelist like myself which includes a link to your blog, a sentence or two about your book and putting you in my blogroll. i’m looking forward to being part of the community of blogging aspiring novelists and enjoying your blog, best of luck with everything 🙂

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