It’s 2011 and the start of my 101st quarter in Westwood. As I discuss in the feature below, just as the elements of a good narrative haven’t changed since Aristotle, misperceptions regarding the writer’s role remain constant. Our charge remains the same: to tell a story that is engaging and compelling, that is, a story worth the time, attention, and consideration of the audience, not to mention the price of a ticket.

– Richard Walter

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