Getting to the heart of your character’s voice is one of the most challenging tasks for any writer. Today I’m going to have a guest lecturer, Jessica Hinds, on my podcast, describing a new approach to getting your best work on the page called Meditative Writing.
Meditative Writing is a way of getting past your inner filter, connecting to your own emotional needs, and passing them on to you character in a way that drives the action and the story forward. Jessica has been teaching this class at Jacob Krueger Studio for year now and I can personally attest to the way that it’s changed my writing as well as the writing of our students.
In this podcast, Jessica breaks down scene structure from both a traditional and meditative perspective, allowing you to see the difference between how you may have learned screenwriting in the past and how you can approach it from a meditative perspective.
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