Episode 31 - From Aristotle to Stephen King. Story theory tips for your writer's toolbelt

March 21, 2015 00:18:07
Episode 31 - From Aristotle to Stephen King. Story theory tips for your writer's toolbelt
The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 31 - From Aristotle to Stephen King. Story theory tips for your writer's toolbelt

Mar 21 2015 | 00:18:07

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In this episode we condense about 2,300 years of story theory into ten minutes(!) and then look at four practical lessons we can apply to our writing, including how to make a great first impression with an opening line, why it's so important that we get our work into the best possible state, and how to tell whether a clever plot element really is as clever as we think it is.

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