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  • Pozner talks about "Frankenbite" editing, the "splicing and dicing of bits of conversation that somebody had on a Monday and a Thursday and a Sunday with maybe three different people, making it sound like it's one cohesive thought about a different context as well as an entirely different set of emotions and values that the person articulated. - Home Page


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  • "Just please don't Frankenbite me," Liz said, and Anne looked at her blankly. "Isn't that what it's called?" Liz said. "When you take one word I said here and one word there and put them together into a sentence that you use as a voiceover?"

    "I've never heard that term." Anne was still smiling. . . .

    Bullshit, Liz thought. Bullshit you've never heard it.

    Curtis Sittenfeld, Eligible (New York: Random House, 2016), p. 437

    August 9, 2018