130: Resolving Common Story Issues With “Show, Don’t Tell”

The “Show, Don't Tell” technique is often used to craft immersive sensory descriptions. But what if it could also be used to solve some of the most common storytelling issues?

Say goodbye to lengthy info-dumps, on-the-nose writing, and heavy-handed themes. In today's episode, I'm breaking down how you can use “Show, Don't Tell” to resolve common story critiques via the use of subtext. Hooray!

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