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writing excuses search primary menu skip to content start here new to the podcast? episode 10.1! alumni favorites about the podcast wesley chu piper j. drake mary robinette kowal mary anne mohanraj brandon sanderson howard tayler dan wells event schedule register for out of excuses 2017 sponsors guests discussion policy contact wxr 2017 in the baltic sea search for: guest, live audience, season 12, theory and technique 12.8 short stories as exploration, with tananarive due february 19, 2017 howard tayler 3 comments tananrive due, whose short-fiction expertise is exemplified in her collection, ghost summer, joined us on the oasis of the seas to talk about how to use short stories to explore aspects of the craft. we discuss the importance of allowing ourselves to fail, and how we can learn from those failures, and continue to push our own limits. we also talk about how we go about pushing those limits, and what we do in order to most effectively explore new techniques. credits: this episode was recorded aboard oasis of the seas by bert grimm, and mastered by alex jackson. podcast: play in new window | download (duration: 14:26 — 10.0mb)subscribe: itunes | android | rsstake something larger that you’ve written  and find a short story in it. write that story. “summer“, by tananarive due, which you can find in the ghost summer collection. practiceshort story season 12, theory and technique 12.7: description through the third person lens february 12, 2017 howard tayler 5 comments your hosts: brandon, mary, mary anne, and wesley the third-person pov lens can be used for simultaneously describing the world to the reader and describing the character. in this episode we’ll talk about where we deploy these tools, where the pitfalls are, and how to do it well. credits: this episode was recorded by andrew twiss, who heard the ac turn back on, and mastered by alex jackson, who was happy to not need to digitally filter the ac out of the mix. podcast: play in new window | download (duration: 20:27 — 14.1mb)subscribe: itunes | android | rsshomework assignment: read ursula leguin’s steering the craft, and dive into the exercises there. amberlough, by lara elena donnelly descriptionpovthird-person limited live audience, season 12, theory and technique 12.6: variations on third person february 5, 2017 howard tayler 8 comments your hosts: brandon, mary, dan, and howard this episode focuses on the third person pov, and some variations on them, like omniscient and limited, and some sub-variants like cinematic and head-hopping. credits: this episode was recorded aboard oasis of the seas by bert grimm, and mastered by alex jackson. podcast: play in new window | download (duration: 19:13 — 13.2mb)subscribe: itunes | android | rsswrite a passage, and then re-write it in limited, omniscient narrator, head-hopping, and cinematic povs. sorcerer to the crown, by zen cho, narrated by jenny sterlin 3rd person omniscientalyssa wongaudrey niffeneggerpovpov errorssecond-person povthird-person limited season 12, theory and technique 12.5: literary fiction january 29, 2017 howard tayler 16 comments your hosts: brandon, mary, mary anne, and wesley this week we talk about the genre of literary fiction. our first hurdle is the word “literary” whose use in this context can imply that all other genres are somehow not literature. in that vein, then, we’re talking about mainstream, or “non-genre” fiction which is crafted with close attention to the finer points of the prose. after framing our discussion, we dive into the nuts and bolts of writing in the literary fiction genre. credits: this episode was recorded by andrew twiss, and mastered by alex jackson. podcast: play in new window | download (duration: 20:18 — 14.0mb)subscribe: itunes | android | rssyou drive your spouse to the airport and watch them fly away on a trip. then you go straight home, and find them there in the house, sitting at the computer… midnight’s children, by salman rushdie (print and ebook available here) bookshelf genreclarionliterary fiction season 12, theory and technique 12.4: hybrid viewpoints january 22, 2017 howard tayler 10 comments your hosts: brandon, piper, dan, and howard, with sandra tayler piper j. drake joins the cast for our week-four episodes, of which this is the first. this week we’ll be drilling down into hybrid viewpoints—blending 1st and 3rd person, framing stories, stories-within-stories, and unreliable narration—and how to best serve our work with these techniques. podcast: play in new window | download (duration: 19:11 — 13.2mb)subscribe: itunes | android | rssput a framing story around something you’ve already written. absolute trust, by piper j. drake assassin's creedelder scrollsfirst personframing storyhoidpovschlock mercenarystory within a storythe name of the windvideo games season 12 the 2017 wx retreat scholarships january 16, 2017 dan wells 10 comments the fifth annual out of excuses retreat will be in europe! and we couldn’t be more excited. some people were worried about our ability to provide scholarships this year, because flying people to europe is so much more expensive than flying them to florida, but we have learned to never underestimate the power of our amazing listeners. our alumni from previous retreats have donated enough to finance two scholarships, even at the elevated price, and the rest of you have contributed enough through our patreon to finance two more. so yes: just like last year, we are now able to offer four scholarships to this year’s retreat: two out of excuses scholarships for writers who can’t afford the cruise on their own, and two carl brandon society scholarships for writers of color. information and entry rules each scholarship offers full tuition, $1000 of travel expenses, a bed in a double occupancy room on the ship, and hotel expenses in germany for one night both pre- and post-cruise. because the food on the cruise is free, this covers essentially all your expenses for the week, though depending on the flights you arrange, you might need to cover some of the travel yourself. you may apply to either scholarship, but only to one of them (even if you qualify for both). these scholarships are very popular, and get a lot of applicants, so please read the instructions carefully and follow them exactly; incomplete applications will be disqualified. to apply, please prepare the following scholarship package as a word document, and send it to writingexcusesscholarship@gmail.com with the subject line: “scholarship application: [name of scholarship].” please copy and paste the cover sheet to the main body of the email, and also include it as the first page in the package. 1) this cover sheet, filled out completely: name: [name] email: [email] phone number: [number] scholarship: [“carl brandon society” or “out of excuses”] i confirm that my scholarship is complete, including: a personal essay, three letters of recommendation, and a writing sample. personal essay word count (between 450-700 words): [insert word count here] letter of recommendation 1: [name of recommender] letter of recommendation 2: [name of recommender] letter of recommendation 3: [name of recommender] writing sample total word count (1-3 pieces, limited to 10,000 total words): [insert word count here] 2) a single attachment, saved as [name of scholarship your name] we will accept the following three file formats. * .doc * .docx * .rtf examples: out of excuses scholarship jane doe.doc carl brandon scholarship jane doe.doc the attachment should contain all of the following, in the following order: 1. the cover sheet, again, as described above. yes, we want it twice. 2. a personal essay: a 450-700 word personal essay explaining why you are a good candidate for the scholarship. what makes you unique? what can you bring to our group that no one else can? keep in mind that even as we focus on “need,” the panel will also be reviewing your writing in terms of “merit.” 3. letters of recommendation: three brief letters of recommendation (no more than 300 words each) from people who are not your relatives: friends, bosses, people from your writing group, anyone who can tell us exactly how awesome you are. please note that we would like all three letters to be included in the scholarship package, and not to be emailed individually; we’ve had too many letters go astray, and we want to give you the chance to personally make sure every aspect of your scholarship package is complete before submitting it. if you have a concern with this, please contact kenna blaylock at assistant@thedanwells.com. 4. writing samples: a brief example of your writing, consisting of 1-3 separate pieces and totaling no more than 10,000 words. these can be short stories or novel excerpts. don’t feel obligated to fill the word count: if you can wow us in less, more power to you. again: make sure to send everything in one email or your application will be disqualified! please review it several times, or have a friend or family member review it for you, because we will reject applications on technicalities, just like an editor or publisher would. we would much prefer to read your awesome writing and give you a scholarship. the application period for both scholarships opens on january 16, 2017, at 9am est, and closes at midnight est, march 12. we will contact the winners in april, and announce them officially the morning of april 17. that gives the winners just over three months of notice before the retreat. if you have any questions regarding the scholarship, email kenna blaylock at writingxcuses@gmail.com. faq: q: what do the letters of recommendation need? a: think of this like a college entry application letter. have your friend answer “why are you the best candidate for the scholarship?” the one writing the letter can point out what they think might be relevant to the decision that the committee would otherwise not know. the letters help us round out the picture for each candidate. q: are the scholarships open to anyone? a: provided you meet the basic qualifications, yes. we welcome writers from any country anywhere in the world, though remember that a) the classes will be taught in english, and b) the scholarships only cover $1000 of travel. q: okay, so remind me of the basic qualifications again. a: the out of excuses scholarships are for writers in financial need: if you can’t afford the scholarship on your own, you qualify. the carl brandon society scholarships are for writers of color: if you’re a person of color who writes, you qualify. q: what about kids? can i win the scholarship as a teenager? a: teens are welcome on the cruise and in the classes, but will need to be accompanied by an adult. if you have questions, please contact kenna blaylock at writingxcuses@gmail.com q: how can i contribute to next year’s scholarship fund? a: the easiest way is through our patreon. we have a pledge level specifically designed for scholarship donations. posts navigation 1 2 … 92 next → episode tagsagents brainstorming business career character arc characters collaboration conventions creative process criticism demonstration dialog discovery writing editing editors education elemental genre endings fantasy gender genre horror humor ideas lifestyle live audience mice quotient mistborn nanowrimo outlining pacing plot pov prose q&a race research revision schlock mercenary setting site news submitting worldbuilding world building writing groups search for: recent comments'nother mike on 12.8 short stories as exploration, with tananarive due'nother mike on 12.8 short stories as exploration, with tananarive duetom evans on 12.8 short stories as exploration, with tananarive dueanthony on 12.7: description through the third person lensbrian on 12.7: description through the third person lens brandon’s blogsnapshot chapter two february 17, 2017snapshot chapter one february 17, 2017snapshot is out! february 17, 2017 howard’s blogthe lego batman movie february 19, 2017john wick: chapter 2 february 11, 2017america in six words: “her fiercest critics choose to stay” february 11, 2017 dan’s blogsavage rifts: a reviewthe i am not a serial killer twitter party!always do the most awesome thing mary’s blogmy favorite bit: meg elison talks about the book of etta february 21, 2017my favorite bit: patricia burroughs talks about debris & detritus: the lesser greek gods running amok february 16, 2017it’s hard to get much cozier than pinecone. february 16, 2017@writingexcuses on twittermy tweets fifteen minutes long, because you're in a hurry, and we're not that smart. most recent posts season 12 season 11 season 10 season 9 season 8 season 7 season 6 season 5 season 4 season 3 season 2 season 1 episode transcripts wx community facebook forums episodes by crunchcareer and lifestyle (“fluffy”) theory and technique (“crunchy”) demonstration (“extra crunchy”) project in depth (“the mother of all crunchy”) q&a (“randomly delicious”) announcements (“no nutritional value”) february 2017 m t w t f s s « jan 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 alumni favorites 1.11: the business of writing 3.14: the four principles of puppetry 5.13: writing the second book 5.27: perseverance 6.10: the m.i.c.e. quotient 6.18: the hollywood formula 7.41: seven point story structure 8.15: narrative rhythm 8.42: the internal heckler vs. the internal editor 8.47: roguishness 9.37: training a critique group 10.15: worldbuilding wilderness 10.25: what makes a scene? meta log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.org subscribe to writing excuses via email join 2,537 other subscribers email address advertise here admin notes: private proudly powered by wordpress


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