criticism

Archetypes are ubiquitous, yet misunderstood. All writers innately know how to use archetypes, yet many don’t realize that’s what they’re doing and don’t understand how they fit into literature as […]

Critics are used to being able to state nearly any media-related opinion with some degree of immunity, but there is one pitfall that they fall into with surprising regularity: Making […]

My previous two posts discussed the art of providing helpful criticism.¬† This time, I’ll be discussing the author’s side of the process: How to receive criticism so that you get […]

Last time, I discussed the different types of criticism and how your methods should vary accordingly.¬† This time, I’ll discuss general rules that you should always follow when critiquing someone […]

Everyone’s a critic. This is a shame, because not everyone is good at it. ¬†Everyone has an opinion and seems to think that, not only are all (or, at least, […]