What words or phrases are most important to your story?
What sounds are most important to your story?
What does your story reveal?
What does it conceal?
How does your story feel?
Where are the moments of emergence?
Where are the moments of tension in your story?
How do the images in your story relate to each other?
How do the sounds relate?
Where are the moments of pause in your story?
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