What is the future of story?

The following short clip is from an address that Kevin Spacey made to the Edinburgh International Television Festival; he talks about the future of story, about how stories are being delivered, and about the importance of listening to the people who want them.

What do the changes in television have to do with writing fiction and the future of our industry? Everything, I believe.

The future is not coming. It’s here.

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Colin Falconer is the bestselling author of thirty novels, translated into over twenty languages worldwide.
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3 Responses to What is the future of story?

  1. Julia Robb says:

    I adore your East India tag line. And your interview on my blog is scheduled for August 24: Be there or be square.

  2. Videos aren’t loading this morning, and the LIKE button has never worked for me on your blog…….. 🙁

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