Storytelling: Of Geniuses and Maps

What makes a piece of fic­tion suc­cess­ful, apart from a good por­tion of luck? Well, some writ­ers deem the craft of ‘plot­ting’ essen­tial for cre­at­ing fic­tion … Con­tin­ue read­ing Sto­ry­telling: Of Genius­es and Maps

Letters to a Young Writer – Some Practical and Philosophical Advice for Newcomers to the Trade

“Nobody can advise you and help you, nobody.” This is how writ­ing instruc­tor, nov­el­ist, and screen­writer Colum McCann starts his Let­ters to a Young Writer (2017). … Con­tin­ue read­ing Let­ters to a Young Writer – Some Prac­ti­cal and Philo­soph­i­cal Advice for New­com­ers to the Trade

The Mandalorian

You’ve prob­a­bly already heard that The Man­dalo­ri­an was nom­i­nat­ed for 15 Emmy Awards, includ­ing Out­stand­ing Dra­ma Series and Out­stand­ing Children’s Pro­gram. And even if you weren’t … Con­tin­ue read­ing The Man­dalo­ri­an

So much to stream, so little time? Netflix has a solution.

Whether it’s the mo(u)rning rou­tine of hav­ing to leave your beloved bed, or the devi­ous­ly bril­liant book that won’t let you stop turn­ing pages while the … Con­tin­ue read­ing So much to stream, so lit­tle time? Net­flix has a solu­tion.

May 8 – Celebrating the End of World War II as a German

75 years ago, the world sighed in relief. After six grue­some years and over 70 mil­lion lost lives, World War II was final­ly over. May 8, … Con­tin­ue read­ing May 8 – Cel­e­brat­ing the End of World War II as a Ger­man