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Who Am I to Speak For the Imaginary?

Even if they’re from my own imagination

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Any writer will tell you that choosing a point of view for a story is one of the most important decisions you have to make. I very much prefer the first person, though I’m not sure why. It may have to do with alienation

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John Werth

John Werth

Musician and conductor, repairer of woodwinds, owner of dogs, band director, lapsed mathematician, and scribbler of thoughts on humor, politics or both at once.

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