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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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Make this a Premiere Podcast


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


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There are three different types of Beats that build up to Scenes. How do Active Beats work inside a scene?


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What kind of thinking has to change when you are switching modes from writing to editing?


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It can get confusing switching lenses between Macro and Micro storytelling already. Now, what happens when you layer in the Story Grid Trinity? 


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Continuing the discussion on the Story Grid Trinity, Shawn Coyne and Kimberly Kessler discuss the On-the-Surface level of the trinity and how the relates to external genres.


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Shawn and Kim discuss The Bell Jar and where it sits in the Story Grid landscape.

 

Use the coupon code "podcast" to get 20% off all the Story Grid titles at storygrid.com/books


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Shawn Coyne and Kimberly Kessler discuss the Story Grid Trinity and how this works with internal genres. Also checkout the Story Grid Masterwork Guide to Hamilton by Lin-Manuel Miranda at storygrid.com/books and get 20% off with the coupon "podcast".


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A listener asks a bold question: Can the Story Grid tools and methodology make the Masterworks we read and love better? Shawn has a great answer for this week's question.

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At Story Grid, we spend a lot of time studying and analyzing Masterworks, but how do you know when a book is a Masterwork? Shawn addresses this question in this week's episode.

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This week's listener question is, "How do you Write Dialogue when you are an introvert?". Shawn answers this question and gives recommendations for next steps for writers.
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