Fifteen minutes long, because you're in a hurry, and we're not that smart.

12.7: Description Through the Third Person Lens

Your Hosts: Brandon, Mary, Mary Anne, and Wesley

The third-person POV lens can be used for simultaneously describing the world to the reader and describing the character. In this episode we’ll talk about where we deploy these tools, where the pitfalls are, and how to do it well.

Credits: This episode was recorded by Andrew Twiss, who heard the AC turn back on, and mastered by Alex Jackson, who was happy to not need to digitally filter the AC out of the mix.

Homework: Read Ursula LeGuin’s Steering the Craftand dive into the exercises there.

Thing of the week: Amberlough, by Lara Elena Donnelly

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