Write in all five senses, they say. Include three sensory cues in every scene, they say.
But just how do writers do that with scent? Are there best practices for incorporating scent imagery in writing without making the attempt seem obvious, overwrought and amateurish? Are there examples of great writing that stinks right off the page?
This website aims to teach writers how to harness the subtle and transformative use of scent in writing. Learn from the best, or add your own favorite by emailing emilygrosvenor [at] gmail.com
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Wow, that’s a really clever way of thninikg about it!