Episode 144 The Ripples of Tragedy

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Episode 144 The Ripples of Tragedy

Today’s Topic – Following the tragedy through a society

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So often as authors we tap into the emotion of tragedy for our stories.  The tragedy could be limited to a few people, neighborhood, a nation, or even an entire world.  We focus on the emotions.  However, do we think about the effects on society?

It is these ripples that often have a lasting impact on the larger community.  It was the Hindenburg crash that ended the age of the blimp and led to the new commercial airlines.  Inspired by the potential problems caused by the train crash in Hoboken, NJ. Michael and I will talk about the impacts of real life tragedies and how they can inspire more detail in fantasy stories.

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