Complete and Continue
Old Stories Into New
What Light through Yonder Window Breaks? Course overview and notes.
Storytelling Over Megaphones
What Is a Retelling?
Getting Your Letter from Hogwarts: Discovering inspirations.
To Make Things Come Out Differently
To Expand On What's Already There
To Add Complexity
To Reach a Different Audience
To Write What's Missing
To Explore the Themes
To Express Frustration, Love, and Humor
Second Star to the Right, and Straight On Till Morning: Approaches to retellings.
Pick a New Point of View
Change the Setting
Change the Genre
Change a Bunch of Other Stuff
Mash It Up
Break the Fourth Wall
Don't Go Into the Woods: Creating meaning.
Consider Overt Themes
Consider Covert Themes
Consider Social Impact
Consider Personal and Emotional Impact
Consider Cultural Context
Consider What the Reader Will See
It Will Come What Will: Writing the inevitable.
Finding a new way forward.
Diamonds and Toads: Retellings in the literary dialogue.
Dozens of overlapping conversations.
Wagging Their Tails Behind Them: Time to go home.
Yet more prompts.
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