Tag Archives: James Howe

March 30

EVEN DANCING DINOSAURS HAVE SOMETHING IMPORTANT TO SAY by James Howe

Writers write stories.  Writers write characters.  What we don’t write are themes.  But our themes always find us.  After we’ve been writing for some time, we come to realize:   The same themes – maybe four or five at most – show up in our work over and over again, although we’ll dress them in […]