Most writers will seek out editing at some point, but what kind of editing should you get?
Behold, an introduction, a beginning if you will, and we shall, heretofore, lay out the topic.
A phrase that sounds perfectly harmless to one person can be deeply unsettling to another.
Gender is a complex thing, and writing a character whose gender is different than yours can seem a daunting task.
Most people enjoy music, but how should it be used in fiction?
A story’s environment is vitally important, but how do we describe it?
Sometimes it feels like we’re up to our ears in dark and gritty reboots, but what about lighter stories?
What’s in a name? If you’re telling a story, a lot.
What’s this? Ariel has returned from the wilderness of freelance editing to grace our podcast yet again.
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The moral poison that disguises itself as "stories"—and why you should fear it.
Ariel, Chris, and Oren describe the difference between showing elaborate spectacle and simply telling what happens.
Chris, Ariel, and Oren discuss transitions in writing and other media.
These companions have a lot better uses than kicking the bucket.
How to experiment with this oft-maligned but intriguing perspective.