We interrupt our hiatus to bring The Dollar Short project to a premature but affectionate end. Thanks for listening!
Lani celebrates Cinco de Mayo by facing down the superior forces of her creativity, and considers Death And What Comes Next.
It’s time to talk about both death and Death as we begin to explore Terry Pratchett’s story, Death And What Comes Next.
A day late for The Dollar Short, Lani talks about struggling with inspiration, and America’s Funniest Home Videos.
Alastair ponders why second person perspective is so difficult, and why interactive storytelling has so much potential.
Lani is running low on inspiration, but she knows where to begin looking for it.
Alastair discusses the potential of second-person narratives in Jennifer Egan’s Black Box, and in his story of the month!
Lani tackles the femininity, utility and duality of Jennifer Egan’s Black Box.
Alastair gets to grips with the rhythm of this month’s story, and tries to unravel the mystery of second-person perspective.
Lani considers how much this month’s story, Black Box, is another example of raw narrative potential finding a path to the reader.
It’s a new month, and a new story! Today, Alastair looks at the narrative potential of Twitter, and Jennifer Egan’s story Black Box.
Today, Lani shares not one but two brand-new stories, and sets the stage for a return to form.