Celine has feedback on Episode 742 and influential science fiction.
Today we have feedback from Ian on the NanoGang.
Brad asks: “What’s the deal with westerns? They used to be everywhere, so where’d they go?”
Tim asks: Is a creative slump after a major accomplishment normal?
Indiana Jim asks: How do you write multiple points of view and maintain momentum, without losing the threads?
Indiana Jim asks “Why was Starship Troopers, the film, so bad??”
Starship Troopers film and book
Flesh & Blood
The Hollow Man
A Bridge Too Far
Propaganda: The Formation of Men’s Attitudes by Jacques Ellul
The Goebbels Diaries
Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky
Triumph of the Will dir. Leni Reifhenstahl
Today we have feedback from Ian on the episode on sociological storytelling.
Today the participants of the NanoGang challenges meet to reflect on their experiences and ask themselves: What’s next?
Ian asks: What are the differences between screenwriting and fiction writing? What can we learn from screenwriting?