Riding the Pantser Tank


Famously there are two kinds of novelists, plotters and pantsers. Plotters are those who work out the plot in great detail ahead of time, outlining everything to within in an inch of its life. P.G. Wodehouse, for example, was a plotter par excellence: he’d put each scene on a card and pin them to a board, moving them around until the farce played out just precisely the way he wanted it


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