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Story Grid Writing Podcast

from Shawn Coyne and Tim Grahl
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Avg Episode Length: 48 min
Most recent episode: Nov 03, 2022 08:00 AM
Last Checked: Earlier today
Language: en-us Explicit: yes Podcast Style: episodic
About this podcast: Helping you become a better writer.

Join Shawn Coyne, author of Story Grid and a top editor for 30+ years, and Tim Grahl, struggling writer, as they discuss the ins and outs of what makes a story great.

More at www.StoryGrid.com.

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08-26-2022 no comment
Make this a Premiere Podcast


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Story Grid Writing Podcast


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Figuring out the Narrative Device for your story will unlock your writing in ways you never thought possible. 

There are three questions you must answer: 

- Who is the Author of the story? (Hint... it's not you, the writer) 

- Who is the Single Audience Member? 

- What is the Problem? 

See more here: https://storygrid.com/point-of-view/


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How do you boil your story down into one "What If" statement? There are four parts to building out the answer to this question and Shawn, Leslie, Danielle, and Tim walk through it together in this week's episode.


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The genre of your story is way more than one thing. In this episode of the Story Grid Podcast, learn the five important pieces of understanding your genre — Time, Style, Structure, Reality, and Content.


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Shawn discusses the two sides  to every story.


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Shawn and Kim go back to the beginning and discuss the origins of Story Grid. 


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Shawn Coyne walks through the role you, as the Artist, plays in getting your own wants, needs and desires into your story.


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Shawn Coyne discusses the role backstory plays in your character's wants, needs, and desires.


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Shawn Coyne walks through character wants, needs, and desires and how they impact your storytelling.


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Shawn and Kim discuss Objects of Desire and how they work with your characters and storytelling.


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Continuing the discussion on the three different types of Beats that build up to Scenes, how do Expository Beats work inside a scene?

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