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Finally, a comment from Ira Glass for beginner writers: Ira Glass on Storytelling.

It's a video, so I can only paraphrase: when you begin, your taste is greater than your ability. As you practice, you close that gap. And I think it's true, a lot of people must give up in that first bit when your story just isn't as good as the story you had in your head when you started. I sure struggled with that. Still do, but not in the same way.

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