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SE Podcast #59: Sympathetic Villains and Antiheroes

SE Podcast #59: Sympathetic Villains and Antiheroes

How can you approach sympathetic villains and antiheroes from a Christian perspective, especially in our modern culture? In today’s episode, Gabby, Hope, and Daeus give inspiring and thought-provoking advice on how to make a villain relatable without condoning his actions. They also explain how the Apostle Peter demonstrates that antiheroes need to be explored as much as heroes and villains. Listen to their conversation here.

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Podcast #58: Make Your Writing Goals for 2023

Podcast #58: Make Your Writing Goals for 2023

Do you want to supercharge your writing habits during the new year? In today’s episode, Daeus, Hope, and Gabby give their top tips for setting writing goals that will help you maintain a consistent schedule no matter how busy your life is. Listen to their conversation here!

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SE Podcast #56: What Are You Consuming?

SE Podcast #56: What Are You Consuming?

How does the content you digest affect your writing? How can you be more intentional about what’s influencing your stories? In today’s episode, Lori, Mariposa, and Josiah discuss practical ways they use their favorite books to deepen their works-in-progress and how you can tell if your latest read is damaging your creative process.

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SE Podcast #55: How to Show and Not Tell the Gospel in Fiction

SE Podcast #55: How to Show and Not Tell the Gospel in Fiction

“Show, don’t tell” is a common writing mantra, but can it extend to how the gospel influences your fiction? What are some practical ways you can allude to God’s reality without becoming preachy? In today’s episode, Mariposa, Josiah, and Lori discuss how characters’ actions can point to Christ, as well as the purpose of writers within the broader context of the church.

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SE Podcast #53: The Bible’s Impact on Writing

SE Podcast #53: The Bible’s Impact on Writing

In today’s episode, Martin, Lori, and Daeus share the various ways Scripture has influenced their creative choices as storytellers and deepened their work. How does the Bible model the kinds of stories we want to tell? And how does the truth contained within our favorite verses seep into our fiction? Listen to their conversation here!

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SE Podcast #50: Reflecting on Four Years of Story Embers

SE Podcast #50: Reflecting on Four Years of Story Embers

In today’s episode, the panelists celebrate Story Embers’ fourth anniversary with a walk down memory lane and a heartfelt goodbye to current podcast host, Grace Livingston. Josiah, Daeus, and Grace reminisce about Story Embers’ development from a daring concept to the site’s launch in 2018, and Lori shares how our mission drew her in years later. They reflect on how Story Embers has shaped them personally, grown their knowledge of storytelling, and more.

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