fb
Podcast
SE Podcast #45: How to Subtly and Effectively Speak Truth in Fiction

SE Podcast #45: How to Subtly and Effectively Speak Truth in Fiction

The fourth resolution of our manifesto states, “We resolve to infuse our storytelling with truth, being bold and unafraid of our stance while presenting it with love and tact, recognizing that truth in storytelling is best communicated when shown, not told.” Telling the truth in love is a common mantra in Christian circles. But how do you apply it to fiction, and what does it look like in practice? Josiah, Daeus, Rose, and Martin tackle these questions and more in today’s episode. Listen to their conversation below!

read more
SE Podcast #44: Children’s Fiction

SE Podcast #44: Children’s Fiction

In today’s episode, Josiah joins staff members Mariposa and Lori as they take an in-depth look at kidlit. They discuss what makes the genre unique, how the age of your audience affects the writing process, and the lessons authors of any genre can learn from children’s stories. Listen to their conversation below!

read more
SE Podcast #43: Portraying Doubting or “Deconstructing” Christians in Stories

SE Podcast #43: Portraying Doubting or “Deconstructing” Christians in Stories

“Deconstruction” has become a popular term online over the past year to describe people who are rejecting certain Christian tenets and seeking other answers. Although the term is new, the phenomenon is not, and in today’s episode, Josiah DeGraaf, Daeus Lamb, Rose Sheffler, and Martin Detwiler discuss the importance of portraying doubting or “deconstructing” Christians in fiction.

read more
SE Podcast #42: Crafting Unique Villains

SE Podcast #42: Crafting Unique Villains

In today’s episode, Josiah, Hope, and Gabby discuss how writers can create unique and interesting villains. They share their favorite examples of memorable villains, warn against common pitfalls writers encounter when crafting attention-grabbing villains, and debate whether or not a villain can be too unique.

read more
SE Podcast #40: The Power of Point of View

SE Podcast #40: The Power of Point of View

In today’s episode, Josiah, Hope, and Gabby tackle the strengths and weaknesses of different POVs and explore how a character’s perspective impacts readers’ relationship with the story. They share their personal preferences and give tips on how to choose the right POV character for your story.

read more

Article Categories

Pin It on Pinterest