Where does the magic of a podcast come from?
Is it a framework or is it a conceptual model or is it a theoretical model?
What if I just take most of my characters and replace them with animal companions?
Surprise, it was a red herring.
Readers have a surprisingly small amount of attention span to learn new words.
We're serious podcasters, and you should take us very seriously.
What if you put a spell... in an item?
It’s the invisible force that makes us feel like characters deserve good things or bad things.
No critical analysis to be found here, just wholesome magic content.
We know how to write, but do we know *how* to write?
Telling a story is one thing, but how you tell it is another.
Unfortunately, readers don’t generally accept “and then something exciting happened.”
Let the season of witchery begin!
Oh boy do writers love to get this wrong.
What’s 20-feet tall, lives in the clouds, and can smell your nationality?
If you’re out of spellbooks and fancy crystals, try praying to some powerful wizards.
A dissertation on why trees can absolutely be characters.
Subplots and exciting Tea Discourse!
Hot take: words are made up, don't use them.
Keep it secret, keep it safe.