201: Setting as a Character

Setting as a Character

The impact of setting on your story.

May 22, 2020


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Today’s episode comes from Jamie K. Schmidt, a regular blogger for us on the IFW Blog focusing on writing for adults. We’re talking about stories where the setting is a character itself. In books where worldbuilding plays a factor, the setting can often feel like a character— someone we’re getting to know and someone who is integral to the action in the story. We’ll have many examples from classic adult books. Their familiarity makes it easier to grasp the concept but we’ll also add some more recent kidlit examples for you to explore as well. Let’s get started.

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May 28, 2020

That's a lot to chew on ! Katie Davis. Setting as a Character in your story.

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