Chekhov’s Gun and Red Herrings: Meaning, Rules, and Transgression in Storytelling

I. "If I think of somebody telling a story, I see a group of people huddled together, and around them a vast space, quite frightening."  — John Berger It's probably important to start off by quickly distinguishing  between a "story" and "literature," at least in a way that is, if not universally true, at least… Continue reading Chekhov’s Gun and Red Herrings: Meaning, Rules, and Transgression in Storytelling