Workshop Episode 87 (Guest Host: Django Wexler)

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Django Wexler – author of the Shadow Campaigns saga, the Forbidden Library tales, and more – returns to the Big Chair at the Roundtable to lend his not-inconsiderable story mojo to workshopping a tale of a brutal proving ground for the chosen of the gods.

The tale is offered up by creageous Guest Writer Will Wittman, a story of one of the many “chosen ones” of the gods selected to bear their power in the world after the deities perish. With David Sobkowiak as my co-host, we dive into the world of Greek mythology like satyrs at a bacchanal (only with words instead of wine). The end result is about the same… reeling minds (from brainstorming), weary limbs (from flailing), and the whole place strewn with Gold of the Literary variety. There’s plenty to go around, so hit that “PLAY” button and get some for yourself (and be sure not to miss Django’s fabulous 20 Minutes With… interview!)

PROMO:  The Casebook of Esho St. Claire” by Scott Roche

Workshop Episode 87 (Guest Host: Django Wexler)

[caution: mature language – listener discretion is advised]

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Dave Robison has indulged in creative pursuits his entire life. His CV includes writing Curious George fan-fiction at the age of eight, improv theater at age ten, playing trumpet at age twelve, as well as a theater degree, creating magazine cover art, writing audio scripts, designing websites, creating board games, hosting mythological roundtables and generally savoring the sweet drought of expression in all its forms. His years of exploration give him a unique, informed, and eloquent perspective on the art of storytelling.

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