do this in a group, part four

Maybe you’ve lived through this week awaiting the next installment with bated breath – I certainly would have but wait!  I lived Finegan Kruckemeyer’s brilliant workshop.  I’m already reading his works and hungering for another workshop experience.

Oh, and here are links to parts one, two, and three.

5. Using the character from #2, let them spill for a while, so you can hear their voice.

Once you have a sense of who they are and what they want, let them

say something that surprises themself, and

something that surprises you.

And now!

Conjure up their antagonist.

Conjure up their world.

It’s that simple.  And that fun.  And that permutable.

Play, play, play.

And thank Finegan Kruckemeyer a few more times.

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