Narrativity 2021: Take Two (and Write Me in the Morning) is less than two months away! If you haven’t gotten your membership yet, now’s the time! (And if you’re not sure if you have a membership, or if you had a roll-over from 2020, just ask!) Need hotel? The online booking link for the Crowne… Continue reading 54 Days And Counting!
There’s just one week left to get your Narrativity 2021 membership at the Ultimate Answer price of $42! Things are looking promising for us to be able to hold the con in some semblance of normal come September. (Well, normal for us, anyway. 😉 ) So get your vaccines, get your travel reservations, and get… Continue reading Membership Price Increase Incoming!
Welcome, campers, to our latest Narrativity Online panel: The Importance of the Mundane in Fantasy! Please join panelists Joe Heaney (moderator), Eric Flint, Chris Wozney, L.J. Stanton, and Emma Bull (with video production by Sweth Chandramouli) as they explore how the details of mundane life can interact with and strengthen even the most fantastical of… Continue reading Narrativity Online: The Mundane In Fantasy
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Welcome, one and all, to Narrativity Online Panel #3: Pacing! Please join panelists Meg Trast (moderator), Emma Bull, Tyler Tork, Stephen T. Vessels, and Skyler Gray (with video production by Sweth Chandramouli) as they discuss tips, tricks, problems, and solutions for handling pacing in fiction. Stay tuned for a surprise additional panelist. 😉 And don’t… Continue reading Narrativity Online: Pacing
Updated 7/12/21: Currently there are no Covid-related restrictions on gathering sizes, so we should be able to go ahead with a “full-size” Narrativity in September. (The soft cap for membership is 100 people.) We’ll keep an eye on the situation and let you know if anything changes. CDC guidelines indicate that fully vaccinated people may… Continue reading Covid-19 and Narrativity 2021
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Narrativity Online Panel #2: Exposition by Elimination! One key to making a story readable is to let readers know what kind of story this is NOT, where and when it is NOT set, what sort of people some of the characters are NOT. How do… Continue reading Narrativity Online: Exposition by Elimination
Welcome to Online Panel #1: Outlining! Or as our Plenipotentiary of Panels so eloquently puts it: Okay, so, god damn it, how DO you outline? No, seriously, tell me. Also, let’s talk about the advantages and disadvantages of outlining and “pantsing.” Yes, yes, I know both are valid, and the dispute will never be settled;… Continue reading Narrativity Online: Outlining
We have picture, and sound! Yes, the first of our long-awaited online panels is in the can, and will be premiering here soon. In the meantime, your friendly neighborhood con chair has prattled on for a couple of minutes about the niftiness that is Narrativity. Each panel will get its own Update post (so you… Continue reading Narrativity Online!