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777 - How to Write Fight Scenes (and How to Get Started as a Fiction Editor)

777 - How to Write Fight Scenes (and How to Get Started as a Fiction Editor)

Update: 2020-06-255
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Fiction editor Joshua Essoe gives his best tips for writing fight scenes (hint: it's not about the fighting). And he describes how he got his first editing gig, which has led to a solid career as a freelance fiction editor.


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777 - How to Write Fight Scenes (and How to Get Started as a Fiction Editor)

777 - How to Write Fight Scenes (and How to Get Started as a Fiction Editor)