Inside Creative Writing – Episode 7: Loose Ends and Unreliable Narrators

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J.D. Salinger’s famous unreliable narrator, Holden Caulfield, from Catcher in the Rye

Why might you want to have an unreliable narrator in your story? That’s what we explore in this episode of the podcast. We also answer some listener questions and tie up some loose ends from previous episodes.

This is the seventh episode of the podcast I hosted years ago. I’m no longer producing it, but wanted to make it available to you here.

Author: Brad Reed

When I'm not writing novels about hitting the open road, I'm teaching high school English and creative writing on the beautiful Oregon Coast. I've previously self-published two books, which are no longer available, and I'm working on my third for which I will be seeking traditional publishing. I'm a married father of three adult children who loves writing, reading, teaching, driving old VWs, cheering on the Portland Timbers and the Boise State Broncos football team, and exploring the beauty of the Pacific coast. I hope you'll check out the website, follow me on Twitter (@bradreedwrites) and sign up for my email list so I can let you know when the new book is available!

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