Everything Tagged With "creative writing"
079: In Conversation with Speculative Playwright Monica Cross
April 12, 2023: In this 79th episode of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick, I speak with the speculative playwright Monica Cross.
069: Best Practices for Character Creation
February 1, 2023: In episode 069 of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick, I reveal my methods and practices for creating realistic, meaningful fictional characters.
063: To Be a Hack or Not to Be a Hack
December 13, 2022: Episode 63 of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick asks if it's possible to achieve self-publishing success and still create meaningful art. It's a can of worms, I know.
What It Took to Write Indie Author Marketing Infrastructure
September 1, 2022: Learn what it took for me to write and release my first non-fiction e-book since 2014, Indie Author Marketing Infrastructure: Three Things Every Independent Author Must Have for Self-Publishing Success.
048: Just Say Nope to Tropes
August 29, 2022: Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick 048 is a park-cast in the great outdoors. Listen as I explain why being overly concerned with tropes and genre expectations can keep you from writing your best, authentic fiction.
Your Antagonist Is a Philosophical Instrument (The Joker in Nolan and Goyer’s “The Dark Knight”)
April 15, 2022: One for the fiction writers: How the Joker in the movie The Dark Knight is a perfect example of using your antagonist as an instrument to argue the philosophical point of your story.
Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick 023: Ask Me Anything (Part 2 of 2)
September 30, 2020: In this second of two "ask me anything" episodes of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick, I talk collaboration, writing groups, creative legacy, creative practice, and much, much more!
Writers: Find the Courage To Be Irreplaceable
January 21, 2017: Between the expectations of genre and bland uniformity, there's a lot of room to be irreplaceable if you have the courage to both listen to, and use, your own vision.
More Than Words: Why Writers Needn’t Sweat Word Count
July 7, 2013: "Write every day" is probably the most common bit of advice you'll hear experienced writers give folks who've come more recently to the craft. And yet...