The Narrative Breakdown Podcast: The Archive

The Narrative Breakdown Podcast: The Archive

Here’s another one that never made it into the sidebar for some reason, so it’ll be new to a lot of you. Hey guys, did you know that before I had my own podcast, I was a semi-regular guest on the Narrative Breakdown podcast with James Monohan and Cheryl Klein? We covered a lot of good stuff over the years, and here I am archiving it for the first time. Enjoy! (And once you’re done listening to these, go back and listen to all the others!)

Unfortunately, these links aren’t working anymore, but you can still subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and find each of these episodes there:

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  • Anonymous Reply

    Links seem to be broken or site out of business

    June 3, 2017 at 7:52 pm
  • Matt Bird Reply

    They're back up!

    June 4, 2017 at 5:11 pm
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