Gutter Space #4: Worldbuilding in Megan Kelso’s Artichoke Tales
Gutter Space #4 by Leslie Salas Worldbuilding in Megan Kelso’s Artichoke Tales Worldbuilding—whether in graphic novels or prose novels—is the long and arduous task of creating and enriching social, cultural, and economic setting of a narrative. Worldbuilding is done best when it is invisible to the reader. When an author establishes a foreign setting through the… Continue reading
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