All structured out?
Examples of introspection in third-person limited perspective
How to more effectively throw rocks at your characters (in prose fiction)
Things I've learned about Across the Obelisk at 14 hours
Competition in board games vs. video games
The intersection problem
Softening the ground for fitness
Difficulty settings for doing weird things
Things I found and loved this year
Quantity matters in a dream list
Goal failure modes
Knowledge hoarding: "I might need to know that someday"
Challenging vs. threatening?
An example of a non-obvious lag measure
To solve review avoidance, declare review amnesty?
Poorly-written characters are not a problem (in a first draft)
Sounds I don't need to know, but want to
Eval game rule 10
How to read the IPA vowel chart
A run of apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction
Separate the story outline from the story ideas, notes?
My piece-by-piece scenes rarely work, but that's okay, and planning might help
Distinguish conversation between stories about tropes from conversation about ideas
Bouncing off books
Important names in Too Like the Lightning
Overly detailed summaries are worse than none
The hardest part of timeboxing is cutting
What do I like about fantasy fiction? Maybe the struggle with received wisdom
Disagreements in Too Like the Lightning function as prompts for the reader
TTRPG system rulebooks scale poorly for learning
"Agile worldbuilding" is great for scoping
Some inconsistencies between the cover of Deserter and the story
What's going on with "The Reanimator's Sword"?
Counting more extreme orders
In a mystery, false leads don't have to be developed or specifically contradicted
Other kinds of -anthropy
Book Review: Big Magic
Deciphering manga panel order via "Where the Sandman Lives"
"Where the Sandman Lives"
The Amazing Digital Circus's pilot
I want to write stories about people I don't understand, and I can't? (without understanding)
A bunch of writing dichotomies that bother me
How I think about fiction genre
I can't believe it's not normally-colored
Making desire paths means finding cheap ways of acting on velleities