The End May Only Be the Beginning: Infusing New Life Into Your Fiction – by Joe Ponepinto…

on Jane Friedman site:

As an editor who has worked at several literary journals, I’ve read thousands of fiction submissions over the past 15 years, so many that the endings—the climax and resolution—are too often predictable or uninspiring. Like many journal editors, when it comes to selecting work for publication, I’ll always choose stories that take me someplace new and unexplored.

How do you add intrigue and a sense of exploration to your fiction?

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