In this episode, I talk about how reflecting on past writers is important to building the skill of writing, but too many people see mimicking others as the primary way Continue Reading
On this 46th Episode of How to Write Good, I discuss the elevating issues in the plays of Shakespea. . . No, I don’t. On this week’s episode, I discuss Continue Reading
This week may actually be relevant to more people than writers. I talk about the power of writing to take chaos and distill even the most disordered emotions and bring Continue Reading
This week I talk about the power of metaphor both in stories and in the human life. Starting out with the idea of vivid descriptions, I first talk about an Continue Reading
David Stewart guests on this week’s episode of HTWG. Daniel Poppie and David discuss such things as the components needed to make a good story, David’s writing process, and a Continue Reading
Egocentrism is the idea that a person is unable to take another person’s perspective. Though baby and toddlers often come to mind first when this idea comes up, egocentrism is Continue Reading
Ray Bradbury has a famous quote: “You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.” This quote is one widely spread and Continue Reading
Within the life of every person who is creative, the question of whether they would like to monetize their creativity is likely to come up. In this new age, the Continue Reading
Daniel Poppie continues his discussion about motifs in artistic expression. He elaborates by talking about his process of starting with an idea and growing that idea.
Seth and Dan discuss debate, critical thinking, the Socratic method, and what the goal should be of any discussion where there is disagreement.