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A Story from Mike Grell about Green Arrow, The Longbow Hunters, and Frank Miller

By Seth Singleton Meeting Mike Grell I met Mike Grell at the Santa Rosa ToyCon in September. It was an unplanned trip and an unexpected meeting. When I turned a corner and saw him drawing an original Warlord commission I was starstruck. But the moment I stopped at his table to introduce myself Mike greeted me with … Continue reading A Story from Mike Grell about Green Arrow, The Longbow Hunters, and Frank Miller

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That One Night a Poetry Reading was Drowned out by the Background noise of an Excited dog and other Distractions

https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj   By Seth Singleton I went to a poetry reading on August 30th. I went to the reading to see two good friends Joseph Lease and Donna de la Perrière and to hear from a new poet named Natasha Saje from Utah. I think it's great to hear a different voice and hear her perspective. She called … Continue reading That One Night a Poetry Reading was Drowned out by the Background noise of an Excited dog and other Distractions

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When you edit for your readers it clears the smoke so you can see the fire and enjoy the true pleasure of revision

https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj/ep/s1!de004 By Seth Singleton I decided to record a podcast and write this post about editing for a few reasons. The first is that I am working on a draft of a novel. The next is that I am also editing my first audiobook collection. I am also the editor for the writing team on … Continue reading When you edit for your readers it clears the smoke so you can see the fire and enjoy the true pleasure of revision

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Video Tutorial: How to leave me feedback about podcasts using the voice message feature on Anchor

By Seth Singleton Do you ever wish you could tell someone on television that they were doing it wrong? It's not that you are mean or that you are trying to hurt them, but you see something that they don't or can't. What about radio? Do you ever hear something that would sound better or … Continue reading Video Tutorial: How to leave me feedback about podcasts using the voice message feature on Anchor

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Three Writers, Two Musicians, and One Doctor Respond to Questions Raised at the Black Representation in Gaming and Media Panel at GDC 2018 and Where the Conversation is Going Next

By Seth Singleton The present is always recovering from the past. When times are good it takes energy to sustain them. When times are bad it takes energy to change them. The best way to know how to sustain or how to change is asking questions. Why Questions? Questions reveal the way we think, the … Continue reading Three Writers, Two Musicians, and One Doctor Respond to Questions Raised at the Black Representation in Gaming and Media Panel at GDC 2018 and Where the Conversation is Going Next

New Podcast – My World Cup Saturday: 4 Inspirational Games, 3 Stunning Wins, 2 Shocking Missed Penalty Kicks, and 1 Unexpected Draw all rolled into 10 Hours of Soccer Glory

Summary World Cup Russia 2018 was in full swing starting at 3 a.m. Pacific Time here in California.

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Top 5 Reasons I Recorded “Do Superheroes Ever Have This Problem?” on my Anchor Podcast and Why I Plan to Record Them All

By Seth Singleton Storytelling was originally an auditory experience The first stories were spoken aloud. They told you how to find food, which plants were used to heal, and the history of the place where you lived. Not everyone is able to read Like listening to audiobooks, podcasts allow people to hear the information they … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons I Recorded “Do Superheroes Ever Have This Problem?” on my Anchor Podcast and Why I Plan to Record Them All

How Eating Breakfast and Watching the World Cup at the Athletic Club in Oakland Turned into a Discussion about Community and Responsibility on Hawaii and North America

By Seth Singleton The story of a community is revealed when it responds to change. Communities claim many things, and the people within them proclaim even more. The decisions that are made when times are bad are a reflection of the possibilities that might be realized when they improve. The Athletic Club I ate breakfast … Continue reading How Eating Breakfast and Watching the World Cup at the Athletic Club in Oakland Turned into a Discussion about Community and Responsibility on Hawaii and North America

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The Academíe was the school where student artists studied masterworks of history like the plaster molds of statues by Bartolini and Pampolini, and legendary musical instruments by Stradivari and Cristofari found sanctuary

This is a series of posts following my wife and me on a tour of Italy.   By Seth Singleton Why the Academie? We had already seen the statue of David. It was gorgeous and stunning. Our guide Sylvie had explained that David had been viewed in a public square for decades. That love had … Continue reading The Academíe was the school where student artists studied masterworks of history like the plaster molds of statues by Bartolini and Pampolini, and legendary musical instruments by Stradivari and Cristofari found sanctuary

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Why is Storytelling important? Stories told with Words, Songs, and Visual Art, are the Foundation of Education, Culture, and Inspiration for every Culture in the World

By Seth Singleton Mythology is the subjective truth of people communicated through stories, symbols and rituals. Every culture has its own mythology. - Devdutt Pattanaik     To contact Seth about telling your story click here