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Episode 426: Choosing Your Story’s Perspective
Not why your story is told, but how.
Five Stories That Undermine Their Own Stakes
Once you have a good thing going, don't ruin it just for a twist.
Six Tips for Writing Your First Novel – And Series
Starting with a huge project will make your life difficult.
Q&A: What Makes a Meta Mystery?
Submitted by Christie W, answered
Episode 425: Trunking Stories
You need to know when it's time to stop.
These Eight RPGs Also Deserve Mediocre Movies
Why should D&D get all the bad adaptations?
Six Signs of Over-Summarized Prose
This common and devastating problem can be surprisingly difficult to identify.
Comic: Life Lessons
Every story needs an uplifting message.
Q&A: What Is a “Character Driven” Story?
Submitted by Atlas, answered
Episode 424: Dragons
Get yourself a fire breathing friend!
The Why & How of Foreshadowing
Managing expectations is an important part of storytelling.
Lessons From the Clichéd Writing of Pendergast
Get ready for a game of bigotry bingo.
Q&A: Can I Fix a Problematic Story?
Submitted by Vadim, answered
Episode 423: Sources of Energy
Don't forget to charge your story!
Six Stories With Poorly Designed Factions
Factions don't fight like they're big and beefy individuals.
Wolf Pack Is About Werewolves With Nothing to Do
What happens when there isn't enough plot for eight episodes.
Comic: The Last of Them
Life lessons from the post apocalypse.
Q&A: How Do Villainous Aesthetics Work?
Submitted by Dave L, answered
Episode 422: Alien Aliens
Take us to your podcast!