Maybe “vehicle” is a good word to use in this context because it’s carrying something; it takes that particular morsel of information or that particular character in a distinct direction that compliments the other parts of the storyline.
In part two of my interview with Husbands co-creator and writer Jane Espenson, Jane tells us a little more about her experience in web content and how each project differs and offers advice for up-and-coming web content creators.
On Saturday we brought you the highlights of the first part of my conversation with StoryWorld Conference Chair Alison Norrington. After the break, read the highlights from the rest of our talk, including a lot more about the conference itself.
The StoryWorld Conference + Expo is the first major gathering of content creators, platform providers, and entertainment industry leaders dedicated to exploring new business models and working together across media boundaries.
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