The Art (and Importance) of Specifically Ambiguous Writing – By Harrison Demchick…

on Writers Helping Writers:

One of the cornerstones of effective writing is specific detail. Specific detail is what grounds the action of a scene in a tangible reality. It’s how we enable readers to see our characters and settings—and not only see them, but also hear, smell, taste, and touch them. When you’re imprecise, you’re unengaging, and that’s where you lose readers.

But what if you want to be ambiguous? What if that’s the whole point?

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