Natalie Williams, Author and Poet

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Masculine vs. Feminine Writing?

Posted by Natalie Williams on November 30, 2007 at 6:27 AM

Is there such a thing as masculine or feminine writing? If so, which one am I? Which would I like to be? Is it necessary to appeal to both genders, to transcend both dynamics and become a unisexual author, if there is such a thing? A story must communicate something to all, or must it pin-point to the very heart of one soul?


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Reply anonymous
5:39 AM on December 17, 2007 
i think it depends on why you're writing...if you're writing to SAY something then the point is moot isn't it? dont forget that you can write to say something to a particular audience without being motivated by money, nor that you can write something for the sole purpose of making a sale. if you know who you are then you can define for yourself what kind of writer you are...feminine, masculine or asexual. or whatever. you define you.
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