Can We Craft Stories that Are Objectively Artistic?
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Over the past week, we’ve run a series on Uncovering the Reasons Why Books Fail, where Josiah DeGraaf explored how to assess a novel’s quality through three scales. Today he asks Hope Ann and Brandon Miller for their perspectives on how objective a book’s artistic value truly is. They also discuss how to apply these concepts.

What aspect of crafting artistic stories do you want to grow in? Let us know!

Show notes:
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Our article series on Uncovering the Reasons Why Books Fail (https://storyembers.org/se-podcast-21-can-we-craft-stories-that-are-objectively-artistic/)
- Comment on this episode on our blog (https://storyembers.org/se-podcast-21-can-we-craft-stories-that-are-objectively-artistic/)

Music credits:
Legendary - Purple Planet Music (https://www.purple-planet.com/)



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