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Workshop Workshop Featuring – Vanessa Tardiff from I love Bad Star Trek

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Join us Monday6pm CentralFreeTwitch.tv/storyluckFacebook Invite Vanessa Loves Bad Star Trek Vanessa Tardiff has been calling Chicago home for the last decade since leaving home in Washington, D.C. But we get the sense she’d be just as happy on the bridge of the Enterprise. As soon as she was capable of spelling she tells us, she …

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Andrew Shelffo – 99 Second Story Contest

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Enter to Win! But before you do, check out the competition!

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Narrative and the Sense of Self

Sense of Self

These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. Narrative in the manner talked about the other day, allows us to have a cohesive sense of self over a vast level of time. We order events, imbue them with meaning, and …

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IMPLICIT VS EXPLICIT LEARNING

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These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. As you know, here at Story Luck we’re really into the idea of skills being general across the board. Storytelling is a skill and general rules about skills are applicable. So you …

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Four Developmental Milestones for Good Storytelling

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These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. Monisha Pasupathi says, that around eight years old you start telling “good stories” and she thinks there’s these four things that need to be mastered, developmentally speaking, to be able to pull …

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Learning is a Skill

Skills

These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. At the Workshop! Workshop! We are always pushing the agenda that everything is a skill. Writing is a skill. Telling a story is a skill. In terms of nature vs nurture, we …

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99 Second storytelling Contest

Rules for contest

We’ve had two people submit stories so far! And they are great! (As always all our links are affiliate links, all our quotes are misquotes.) The above story is by Richard Munchkin. Below we have a story by Melissa Reaves. Prizes:1st place Story Prize: $752nd place Luck prize: $253rd place Ai prize: Secret 4 Rules …

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Use Your Narratorial Powers

These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. The other day, Kay was having a conversation with Dan during class. She brought up that they’d been in a closed workshop together. She said, “Last night I got to listen to …

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A Quick Example of Narrator Vs Character

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These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. I want to continue with the theme from the post the other day where we talked about how in first person narrative, you as the narrator is separate from you as a …

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Storytelling as Theater

You know you are your own assassin

These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. In storytelling you are always aware, as narrator, that the audience is there. You’re talking directly to specific people in that crowd, you’re making eye contact and connecting with them. One trick …

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