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This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better writer using the Story Grid method, developed by Shawn Coyne. Each week we use a movie, a novel, or a short story to study different storytelling principles so that we can deepen our understanding of story and level up our craft.

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This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better writer using the Story Grid method, developed by Shawn Coyne. Each week we use a movie, a novel, or a short story to study different storytelling principles so that we can deepen our understanding of story and level up our craft.

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Great content and hosts

By Kage233 - Oct 30 2019
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This podcast is so helpful and makes storytelling very simple and accessible. The hosts are great and personable!

A Round of Applause for the Story Grid Editors!

By @gypsyqueencab - Sep 10 2019
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I’m in awe of all the editors who created the Roundtable Podcast! Each has taken Shawn Coyne’s Story Grid methodology to heart and has assimilated the knowledge to produce an amazing body of work from which we can learn. I can’t begin to imagine the time invested in preparing for each podcast...week after week for years. Kudos to all of you!

iTunes Ratings

40 Ratings
Average Ratings
35
1
3
1
0

Great content and hosts

By Kage233 - Oct 30 2019
Read more
This podcast is so helpful and makes storytelling very simple and accessible. The hosts are great and personable!

A Round of Applause for the Story Grid Editors!

By @gypsyqueencab - Sep 10 2019
Read more
I’m in awe of all the editors who created the Roundtable Podcast! Each has taken Shawn Coyne’s Story Grid methodology to heart and has assimilated the knowledge to produce an amazing body of work from which we can learn. I can’t begin to imagine the time invested in preparing for each podcast...week after week for years. Kudos to all of you!
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Story Grid Editors Roundtable

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This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better writer using the Story Grid method, developed by Shawn Coyne. Each week we use a movie, a novel, or a short story to study different storytelling principles so that we can deepen our understanding of story and level up our craft.

Rank #1: Special Episode - Story Grid 101: The Editor's Six Core Questions

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It’s Story Grid 101: The Editor’s Six Core Questions. What do they mean? Why do you need them? How do they help you edit your novel? The Roundtable team stacks it all up for you in this special episode.

This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better editor. Each week Story Grid Editors Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, and Leslie Watts analyze a film from one of the 12 Story Grid content genres and discuss it using the Editor’s Six Core Questions as developed by Shawn Coyne.

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Jun 06 2018

59mins

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Rank #2: Progressive Complications and the Power of 10 - Waking Ned Divine

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Valerie opens our eyes to the principle of Progressive Complications as we analyze the hilarious 1998 British-Irish village comedy Waking Ned Devine. This sleeper hit was written and directed by Kirk Jones.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a favorite film as an example of a significant story principle. Then we team up to debate whether it succeeds or fails, giving authors deep insight into story structure.

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Sep 26 2018

51mins

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Rank #3: Story Grid 101: The Five Commandments of Storytelling - Coco

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We wind up Season 3 with another episode of Story Grid 101. Each of the Roundtable Editors is tackling one of the Story Grid Five Commandments for a deep dive into the fundamental structure of scene, act, and global story, using the Pixar animated feature, Coco as our model. This 2017 family favorite was written by Lee Unkrich, Jason Katz, Matthew Aldrich and Adrian Molina.

Each week the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—examine a specific story principle within the context of a movie.

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Nov 28 2018

44mins

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Rank #4: Bite Size Edition - Too Much Information

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What is exposition, and why should novelists be leery of it? Turns out there's brain science behind “Show Don't Tell.” Editor Anne Hawley lays it all out in this 20-minute Bite Size Edition.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes.

May 08 2019

24mins

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Rank #5: Thriller Genre - Hot Fuzz

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In this week’s episode, the team takes a look at the 2007 British comedy thriller Hot Fuzz, written by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg. Let us know what you think of our analysis.

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This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better editor. Each week Story Grid Editors Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler and Leslie Watts analyze a film from one of the 12 Story Grid content genres and discuss it using the Editor’s Six Core Questions as developed by Shawn Coyne.

Jan 24 2018

46mins

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Rank #6: Complex Story Structure - Cloud Atlas

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Things get really complicated this week as Anne pitches Cloud Atlas so we can all study complex nested story form. This 2012 film was written and directed by Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski and Tom Tykwer, based on the 2004 novel by David Mitchell.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the principle so we can all understand it better.

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Jan 09 2019

49mins

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Rank #7: Psychological Thriller - The Girl on the Train

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We’re all aboard this week to try to separate the truth from the lies in The Girl on the Train. This 2016 psychological thriller was directed by Tate Taylor from a screenplay by Erin Cressida Wilson, based on the record-breaking bestseller of the same name by Paula Hawkins.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the story so we can all understand it better.

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Aug 07 2019

55mins

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Rank #8: Bite Size Episode - Value Shift 101

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight this time as Valerie Francis brings you a bite-size episode on Value Shift.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes.

May 22 2019

14mins

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Rank #9: Psychological Thriller - Primal Fear

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The multiple personalities around the Roundtable try to puzzle out whether the 1995 thriller Primal Fear works, and why—or why not. This film, starring Richard Gere and Edward Norton in his first feature film role, was written by Steve Shagan and Ann Biderman, based on William Diehl’s 1993 novel of the same name. It was directed by Greg Hoblit.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the story so we can all understand it better.

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Jul 03 2019

1hr 5mins

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Rank #10: Morality-Redemption - Manchester by the Sea

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In the premiere of season three, the Roundtablers debate Valerie’s assertion that Manchester by the Sea exemplifies the story principle of Surprising But Inevitable Ending. This haunting 2016 Oscar winner was written and directed by Richard Lonergan.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editor—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a favorite film as an example of a significant story principle. Then we team up to debate whether it succeeds or fails, giving authors deep insight into story structure.

Click here for the full show notes.

Aug 22 2018

51mins

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Rank #11: Bite Size Episode - Vetting Your Book Idea

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight this time as Kim Kessler bring you a bite-size episode on Vetting Your Book Idea.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes.

May 15 2019

19mins

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Rank #12: Bite Size Edition - Genre

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It’s 20 minutes of Story Grid 101 insight and chat this time as Anne and guest editor Rachelle Ramirez bring you a bite-size episode on some basics of Genre.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes. 

Nov 06 2019

17mins

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Rank #13: Status - Puzzle

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This week, Kim and the other Roundtablers continue piecing together global internal genre stories with the 2018 independent film, Puzzle. The screenplay, an adaptation from a 2010 Argentinian film Rompecabezas, was written by Oren Moverman and directed by Marc Turtletaub.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the story so we can all understand it better.

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May 01 2019

53mins

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Rank #14: Psychological Thriller - Gone Girl

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This week the Roundtable team disappears into Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, and comes back with a verdict of Psychological Thriller, with an extra dose of disturbing.

This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better editor. Each week Story Grid Editors Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, and Leslie Watts analyze a film from one of the 12 Story Grid content genres and discuss it using the Editor’s Six Core Questions as developed by Shawn Coyne.

Click here for the full show notes.

Jun 13 2018

42mins

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Rank #15: Bite Size Edition - Conventions and Obligatory Scenes

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight this time as Kim Kessler brings you a bite-size episode on the truth behind Conventions and Obligatory Scenes.

Welcome to the Bite Size Edition of the Editor Roundtable Podcast. Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes. 

Dec 04 2019

16mins

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Rank #16: Status Genre - Gladiator

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In this week’s episode, we examine the 2000 Status/Admiration epic Gladiator, written by David Franzoni, John Logan, and William Nicholson. Let us know what you think of our analysis. You can reach us on Twitter @StoryGridRT.

This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better editor. Each week Story Grid Editors Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler and Leslie Watts analyze a film from one of the 12 Story Grid content genres and discuss it using the Editor’s Six Core Questions as developed by Shawn Coyne.

Click here to see the full show notes.

Feb 01 2018

46mins

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Rank #17: Action - The Return of the King

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Leslie concludes her epic examination of the action story on an epic scale with the epic-est epic of them all, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. This 2003 conclusion to The Lord of the Rings trilogy was directed by Peter Jackson from a screenplay he wrote with Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, based on the novel by J.R.R. Tolkien.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the story so we can all understand it better.

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Sep 04 2019

55mins

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Rank #18: Hero's Journey and Virgin's Promise - Song of the Sea

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This week the Roundtablers succumb to the selkie’s call with Song of the Sea, Kim’s pick for a story that combines Virgin’s Promise and Hero’s Journey structures. This 2014 animated fantasy based on Irish myth was written by Will Collins and directed by Tomm Moore.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a favorite film as an example of a significant story principle. Then we team up to debate whether it succeeds or fails, giving authors deep insight into story structure.

Click here for the full show notes.

Aug 29 2018

50mins

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Rank #19: Action Subgenre Conventions: Pirates of the Caribbean

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Yo ho! The conventions of the Action story sail into port this week as Leslie invites us to examine Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. This 2003 comedy-horror-action movie was written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio and directed by Gore Verbinski, based on the ride at Disneyland.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the principle so we can all understand it better.

Click here for the full show notes.

Jan 16 2019

58mins

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Rank #20: Bite Size Episode - How to Plan A Novel

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight this time as Jarie Bolander bring you a bite-size episode on how to plan a novel.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Sep 11 2019

14mins

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Bite Size Episode - How to Analyze a Scene

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight this time as Valerie Francis and Leslie Watts bring you a bite-size episode on how to analyze a scene.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes. 

Jan 22 2020

23mins

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Morality Genre - "The Bear Came Over the Mountain"

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It’s another wintry story this week as Leslie continues her exploration of POV and narrative device in Alice Munro’s 1999 short story “The Bear Came Over the Mountain,” and Away From Her, the 2006 Sarah Polley film adapted from it.

Each week one of the Roundtable team—Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—aims to get to the bottom of a specific story principle by analyzing a film, novel, or short story. The rest of us analyze the story according to our own chosen topics, and together we deepen our knowledge and level up our craft.

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Jan 15 2020

57mins

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Status Genre - "Wolves of Karelia"

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The Roundtablers take on a whole new question this week as Anne starts her study of how modern short stories work. We analyze Arna Bontemps Hemenway’s 5200-word tale of love and war, “Wolves of Karelia,” published in August, 2019 in The Atlantic.

Each week one of the Roundtable team—Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—aims to get to the bottom of a specific story principle by analyzing a film, novel, or short story. The rest of us analyze the story according to our own chosen topics, and together we deepen our knowledge and level up our craft.

Click here for the full show notes.

Jan 08 2020

1hr 2mins

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Performance - Whiplash

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Valerie bangs the drum this week for the importance of powerful forces of antagonism as the Roundtablers examine 2014’s Whiplash, written and directed by Damien Chazelle.

Each week one of the Roundtable team—Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—aims to get to the bottom of a specific story principle by analyzing a film, novel, or short story. The rest of us analyze the story according to our own chosen topics, and together we deepen our knowledge and level up our craft.

Click here for the full show notes.

Jan 01 2020

1hr 7mins

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Worldview-Education - The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

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This week, Kim takes a close look at The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, in order to study how a story’s life values are established in the beginning hook.

This 2018 film was directed by Mike Newell from a screenplay by Don Roos, Tom Bezucha, and Kevin Hood. It was based on the 2008 novel of the same name by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows.

This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better writer using the Story Grid method, developed by Shawn Coyne. Each week we use a movie, a novel, or a short story to study different storytelling principles so that we can deepen our understanding of story and level up our craft.

Click here for the full show notes.

Dec 25 2019

1hr

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Worldview-Education - It's a Wonderful Life

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It’s a wonderful look at Point of View and Narrative Device this week, as Leslie opens Season 6 of the podcast with It’s a Wonderful Life. This 1946 perennial holiday favorite was directed by Frank Capra, and written by Francis Goodrich, Albert Hackett, and Frank Capra. The screenplay was based on the short story “The Greatest Gift,” originally published as a Christmas card in 1943 by Philip Van Doren Stern.

Each week one of the Roundtable team—Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—aims to get to the bottom of a specific story principle by analyzing a film, novel, or short story. The rest of us analyze the story according to our own chosen topics, and together we deepen our knowledge and level up our craft.

Click here for the full show notes.

Dec 18 2019

1hr 2mins

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Bite Size Episode - Season 6 Preview

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Here’s a preview of the winning hand of stories the Roundtablers are getting ready to bring you in Season 6. Join us for Episode 0, when the team bids farewell to Jarie, and Anne, Kim, Valerie, and Leslie each reveal their first movie of the season. They’ll talk about why they chose it and how their Season 6 focus will help them in their own writing.

This is a show dedicated to helping you become a better writer using the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. Each week one of the Roundtable team—Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—aims to get to the bottom of a specific story principle by analyzing a film, novel, or short story. The rest of us analyze the story according to our own chosen topics, and together we deepen our knowledge and level up our craft.

Dec 11 2019

28mins

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Bite Size Edition - Conventions and Obligatory Scenes

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight this time as Kim Kessler brings you a bite-size episode on the truth behind Conventions and Obligatory Scenes.

Welcome to the Bite Size Edition of the Editor Roundtable Podcast. Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes. 

Dec 04 2019

16mins

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Bite Size Edition - Choosing Your Point of View

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight this time as Leslie Watts brings you a bite-size episode on how to choose your point of view.

Welcome to the Bite Size Edition of the Editor Roundtable Podcast. Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes. 

Nov 27 2019

17mins

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Bite Size Edition - Becoming an Editor

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It’s 20 minutes of chat and fun this time as Kim Kessler and new Story Grid Certified Editor Danielle Kiowski bring you a bite-size episode on what it’s like to become an editor.

Welcome to the Bite Size Edition of the Editor Roundtable Podcast. Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes.

Nov 20 2019

27mins

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Bite Size Edition - Beginning, Middle, and End

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight as Valerie Francis brings you a bite-size episode on the Beginning, Middle and End of a story.

Here on the Story Grid Editor Roundtable Podcast we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes.

Nov 13 2019

10mins

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Bite Size Edition - Genre

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It’s 20 minutes of Story Grid 101 insight and chat this time as Anne and guest editor Rachelle Ramirez bring you a bite-size episode on some basics of Genre.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes. 

Nov 06 2019

17mins

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Morality - The Girl in the Book

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The Roundtablers work hard to discover what doesn’t quite work in this week’s story, The Girl in the Book. The 2015 film was written and directed by Marya Cohn. Some strong content warnings in this one, folks. 

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the story so we can all understand it better.

Click here for the full show notes.

Oct 30 2019

54mins

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Love Story Genre - Love Story

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Back in 1970, apparently love meant never having to say you were sorry. Or so Love Story, that year’s popular tearjerker, would have us believe. The film was directed by Arthur Hiller from a screenplay by Erich Segal, who also wrote the accompanying novel.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the story so we can all understand it better.

Click here for the full show notes.

Oct 23 2019

51mins

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Story Grid Live 2019

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It’s the Live from Nashville 2019 bonus edition as Jarie—who wasn’t able to attend—interviews the rest of us about our experiences at Story Grid Live 2019, and we talk about what it was like to be with over 100 fellow story nerds live and in person.

This is a special episode, but in a typical episode, one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the story so we can all understand it better. 

Click here for the full show notes. 

Oct 16 2019

51mins

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Bite Size Episode - Objects of Desire

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It’s 15 minutes of Story Grid 101 this time as Anne Hawley brings you a bite-size episode on the fourth of the Editor’s Six Core Questions: Objects of Desire.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes, we bring you some shorter solo articles on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes.

Oct 09 2019

14mins

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Performance - Black Swan

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This week, genre disagreements don’t stop the team from pointe-ing out the great storytelling in Black Swan. This 2010 film about artistic passion was directed by Darren Aronofsky from a screenplay by Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz, and John McLaughlin.

Each week one of the Story Grid Editors—Jarie Bolander, Valerie Francis, Anne Hawley, Kim Kessler, or Leslie Watts—pitches a film as an example of a significant story principle. The rest of us explore different aspects of the story so we can all understand it better.

Click here for the full show notes. 

Oct 02 2019

56mins

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Bite Size Episode - Cause and Effect

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It’s 15 minutes of deep insight this time as Leslie Watts brings you a bite-size episode on Cause and Effect.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes. 

Sep 25 2019

13mins

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Bite Size Episode - It's Always Today

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It’s 10 minutes of deep insight into the writer’s habits and mindset as Valerie brings you a bite-size episode about daily writing targets and our old friend, Resistance.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Click here for the full show notes.

Sep 18 2019

8mins

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Bite Size Episode - How to Plan A Novel

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It’s 20 minutes of deep insight this time as Jarie Bolander bring you a bite-size episode on how to plan a novel.

Here on the Roundtable we're dedicated to helping you become a better writer, following the Story Grid method developed by Shawn Coyne. In these episodes we bring you some shorter solo articles and interviews on topics that interest us as writers.

Sep 11 2019

14mins

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iTunes Ratings

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Great content and hosts

By Kage233 - Oct 30 2019
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This podcast is so helpful and makes storytelling very simple and accessible. The hosts are great and personable!

A Round of Applause for the Story Grid Editors!

By @gypsyqueencab - Sep 10 2019
Read more
I’m in awe of all the editors who created the Roundtable Podcast! Each has taken Shawn Coyne’s Story Grid methodology to heart and has assimilated the knowledge to produce an amazing body of work from which we can learn. I can’t begin to imagine the time invested in preparing for each podcast...week after week for years. Kudos to all of you!