This week we take a look at murdering your darlings, the journalistic code of ethics and the anthropological significance of zombies eating your neighbors.
One of my favorite segments of all the storytelling segments we’ve done this season.
One of the more controversial structures in hallowed halls of storytelling, explore Joseph Campbell’s monomyth and see whether you buy it.
George Orwell explains why he writes, and in the process gives us a great look at why people write in general.
Understand the ethical conventions of journalism.
What would the world be like if we could all read the newspaper from the comfort of our computer screens? Radical computer scientists in California explore this possibility.
If I’ve learned nothing else about newspapers it’s that they’ve been in a pile of trouble for quite a while now. Take a look at some of the problems facing the industry years before the Interwebs took center stage.
Zombification from a medical perspective. See three purported cases of Zombification, and what medical science discovered when they investigated.
You really can’t have a story about Zombies without looking at this game.
One of my favorite Zombie “civil defense” videos out there.