Chris Winkle

Chris is the founder and editor-in-chief of Mythcreants. On the side she also designs, codes, and writes stories. When she manages to escape from chronic workaholism, she likes to drink tea, wear funny hats, pet kitties, and crush her enemies at the game table.

Writing

Recording an Audio Version of Your Story

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With the booming popularity of podcasts and other audio content, self-published writers can benefit from having audio versions of their books. But because voice narration is a time-consuming specialty, it can be difficult to decide whether to shell out and hire someone or work on … read more »

Podcast

266 – Writing With Your Gut

The Mythcreant Podcast

Sometimes in writing you just know what to do, even if you can’t say why you know. That’s your gut in action, your writerly instincts making themselves known. But how does writing with your gut actually work? What are its strengths, what are its weaknesses, … read more »

Podcast

265 – Fan Rage

The Mythcreant Podcast

Today on the Mythcreant Podcast, we’re very mad! What are we mad about? We’re mad that you’re wrong, so wrong, about that thing you said! When you said a thing we liked was bad, it personally hurt us, and we’re angry. That’s right, this week … read more »

Writing

How to Describe Women Without Degrading Them

There’s been a lot of talk lately about the sexist ways women are described in fiction. Given the normalization of the male gaze, this has left some men feeling unsure of how to write a positive description. And it’s not just men who describe women … read more »

Podcast

264 – Fictional Economies

The Mythcreant Podcast

Behold, it is time to discuss the taxation of trade routes to outlying star systems! That’s right, this week we’re talking about economies. That means currencies, taxes, trade, and post-scarcity utopias. We talk about how weird it is for heroes to be against payment for … read more »

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