Four Fiction-Writing Tips from Grey’s Anatomy

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I love Grey’s Anatomy.

Okay, it might never be high-fallutin’ storytelling, more akin to a soap opera than high drama. But, honestly, that’s just more to my taste. Give me a campy, lively story over some dry and pretentious…

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Zach J. Payne

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(He/They) Ninja Writer. Thespian. Queer. Essayist, poet, novelist.

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