Hello, Podwalkers, and welcome to the Goblin Lore Podcast!

In our forty-third episode, the goblins put a bow on their War of the Spark coverage (for now) by discussing what it means to close off story space in narratives. Why would authors ever kill off characters when it means they won't get to use them again? Why do we keep some of the best "big bad" villains around? And, of course, how do we manage the story space in our own life narratives?


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You can find the hosts on Twitter: Joe Redemann at @Fyndhorn, Hobbes Q. at @HobbesQ, and Alex Newman at @AlexanderNewm. Send questions, comments, thoughts, hopes, and dreams to @GoblinLorePod on Twitter or GoblinLorePodcast@gmail.com.

Opening and closing music by Wintergatan (@wintergatan). Logo art by Steven Raffael (@SteveRaffle).

Goblin Lore is proud to be presented by Hipsters of the Coast, and a part of their growing Vorthos content – as well as Magic content of all kinds. Check them out at hipstersofthecoast.com.

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