In this episode of How to Write Good Daniel Poppie talks about obsession, fascination, and theories why fandoms are so prevalent in the modern world.
Daniel Poppie overviews a brief history of science fiction before discussing the difficulty of defining science fiction and why the genre is unique.
Literary analysis is a phenomenon within the artistic world that is almost always seen. This week Daniel Poppie talks about the different ways people analyze literature, how he believes literature Continue Reading
Daniel Poppie is back alone and looking at whether photography should be classified as art, how society looks at art, and why he believes that art needs boundaries. Join as Continue Reading
Vince Jacobson guests and delves into the philosophy behind abstractions and why certain non-physical entities may need to exist apart from the temporal and physical world.
Daniel Poppie talks about the paradigm behind why people think it is important to change the words oneself and other members of society are using. Should certain words be censored? Continue Reading
Daniel Poppie discusses why music and storytelling are similar and unique in contrast to more traditional forms of art.
Daniel Poppie looks at characters in a story and why he thinks they may be the key to writing good.
Art permeates our culture, but does it have a use? Or is it just something for entertainment?
Daniel Poppie talks about the classic quote “Write drunk; edit sober,” and how the classic adage even professional writers take to heart is likely not the best way to create Continue Reading