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The Garage Fiction Podcast: Episode 34 – Listen to the podcast in the player above, download the full episode here or subscribe to our podcast via iTunes here.
What the heck is “Garage Fiction”?
Since January 2015, three writers (Nicholas Brack, Dogwood Daniels & Jinn Zhong) have committed to writing a flash fiction or scene each and every week based on a “creative prompt”. We post our work on Fridays at each of our respective websites and dissect them together on Mondays via podcast.
We also end up chatting about the craft of writing, the creative process,
storytelling and other related tangents.
This week’s Garage Fiction prompt was provided by Jinn Zhong…
“Royals” – Composed by Lorde
Mashedup & Performed by Pomplamoose using
“Loser” by Beck & “California Dreamin’” by Tupac
On This Episode: The importance of conflict in good storytelling. And the hierarchy of Character, Plot, and Setting.
Also, Dogwood looks to pimp-a-moose, Jinn admits to world-building disease, and Nicholas unintentionally invites Brassière Dong to the show.
LINKS MENTIONED ON THIS EPISODE:
Brandon Sanderson’s Course
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