It’s no secret that setting is more than just the space you dump your characters so they can get on with the story. A good setting is like a good character – it has personality. It evokes the dust beneath your finger in a long-sealed room, or pricks your ear with the sound of a snapping branch in the forest dark; it builds the world that the words inhabit. Each of these acclaimed authors are masters of story and place – across time, terrain and continents. How do they make these worlds come to life? Join us for a vivid conversation about imagination, research, and the magic in between.
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