Writing the Other on Writing Excuses – Depicting Religions That Are Not Your Own

Depicting Religions That Are Not Your Own

Nisi Shawl joins Tempest, Piper J. Drake, and Dan Wells to talk about the numerous factors to be aware of when depicting religion whether you’re writing about a real-world religion or one you’ve created for your setting. They discuss a few good and bad examples of depictions of religions, and the ways in which these examples can inform the way writers approach their own projects.

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