So, let’s say that you’re working on a non-fiction podcast. You have a topic. You’ve researched data, interviewed experts, and now you have a lot of pieces of information. You want to find a way to focus the information into a cohesive story. If you can humanize the topic, your listeners are more likely to
In the last episode, I introduced you to The Story Stack, the framework I’ve developed to create stories more quickly. But storytelling is a creative act. Stories should be unique. If we create them using a set formula, they will inevitably start to sound all-too familiar. And nobody wants that. In stage one of The
Here’s how to create the first draft of your story. It might be a real-life personal one, or a script for a fiction podcast. This is how to get it on paper.
Don’t let stories slip through your fingers. Here’s some possible story sources for you to consider.
Mix and match various story templates to create new and exciting content for your podcasts
Structure in any creative endeavor feels counterintuitive. But in the world of storytelling, the simple three act structure is still the foundation for most tales. The great thing is that it comes naturally. It’s the structure that flows through the books we read, the films we watch and the TV shows we devour. In the
Why is Storytelling Important for Podcasters? Look at the various storytelling aspects relevant to podcasting.