lostnbronx leads us on an investigation of the fundamentals of story telling.
What makes for strong subplots? Why can some subplots be chopped out of a tale without harming it? Why can some be chopped out, and it actually makes the tale stronger? Is this modular approach the best way to bring in subplots, or is there another method that might be better?
Story construction is a complicated topic; Lostnbronx tries (and largely fails) to make sense of this small part of it.
Comment #1 posted on 2019-03-25 13:17:25 by operat0r
long time listener almost first time comment.
I wanted to say I've always enjoyed your podcast. I don't read books or play d&d but I do watch a fair amount of TV and movies.
You can hear the amount of passion and what you're explaining and I personally feel almost smarter when I can go back and understand why a story I remember was great or horrible!
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