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"The Philosophy of Composition" by Edgar Allan Poe one of America's greatest writers, "the father of the short story," and so much more.

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Poe's essay may well be one of the most enlightening ever written on the subject of the "story design process". This essay provides a window into the mind of the writer who not only wrote "The Raven" but spawned several genres and whose work has inspired generations of suspense, horror, and even science fiction writers.

Although written in 1846, the principles Poe expounds on are every bit as applicable today. These are priceless writing secrets, revealed by a master storyteller. It's very rare that revelations of this magnitude are shared so candidly by a writer of Poe's caliber. Don’t miss out.

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