What are the AJIL's
Inventions: your fictional characters, situations, and settings should be wondrous, interesting, and archetypal.
Convention: your writing can be surprising, but it should not be "experimental."
Poetic Diction: avoid mundane, conversational, contemporary speech
Rhetoric, Figures and Techniques:
Learn them well to say it well.
Avoid boring your reader!
Nobility: your piece should help your reader experience the finest feelings he can feel.
Beauty: your writing should create an uncorrupted aesthetic effect on the reader's imagination.