It’s the beginning of a new year and the beginning of season two, so we thought it would be fitting to discuss how to begin a story. Join Addey, Amber, and Nicole as they discuss beginnings. There may not be a fool-proof way to begin a story, but we’ll try to figure out what comes close!
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Addey Vaters loves anything and everything related to cats and/or folk music, and is a proponent of the Oxford Comma. She resides in sunny, sometimes snowy, Colorado and her work has been published in riverrun, Sleet Magazine, Black Dog Review, and Vita Brevis, among others. Addey is the voice behind borrowed solace: the podcast and is always looking for contributors to be featured on the show. She admires jovial poetry that plays with language, even when the subject may be more somber.
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1 thought on “S2 Episode 1: In the Beginning…”
‘Ello there, a good podcast. Do you think you could do paragraph design in the next one? It sounds like a really niche concept, but I know personally I really enjoy intricately crafting paragraphs or a group of paragraphs with a certain style for the imagery used. This could also tie in with how to link paragraphs together, which is something I feel is important enough for authors to know it’s extremely imperative, yet it’s innate enough where there isn’t anyone really questioning how to do it often. It’d be nice to hear some thoughts on it.
P.S. Please, if you aren’t using them already, grab a pop filter. I can hear your audio peaking over in Peking.
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