Storybound Magazine | Issue 13

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Storybound Magazine | Issue 13

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Storybound Magazine - Issue No 13 | Fall 2018

Frankenstein • The Bourbaki Panorama • Our Innate Story Pattern • Grandma Skippy • Lugano • Basel • Bern • Rome • Projecting History • Florence • Pompeii • & more

 

Storybound Magazine is a quarterly publication sharing the stories behind some of the recent projects and adventures at Storybound. Through combining the stories we create and the adventures and inspiring tales that help shape the storytelling world around us, we hope you catch a glimpse into the connection between them all—that core piece of our journey, following the heart of a great story. Through seeing all these stories unfold together, you may get an idea of just how interconnected every story is, how far one great story can reach.

Explore storytelling through all sorts of angles—museum exhibits, fashion, art, theatre, books, film, television, narrative devices, travel, restaurants, and much more.

About this Issue:

This quarter had a resounding theme across our many adventures; a theme we all encounter, present in every story, a lesson immemorial: everything changes. Stories are a great vehicle to help us remember and understand this. There’s always “once upon a time,” there’s always “the end.” All stories are retrospective, and told again and again. Only our own story is in real time. And it’s exciting—you get a story, beginning to end, all your own, to do with what you will, to take in what you will, to leave what you will. You pick up things from every story you find. Some stories you encounter you carry with you your entire life. Exploring through stories and storytelling, you can gather and keep anything they have to offer. Along the way, you’ll decide what stories to leave in your trail; the stories you’ll experience, the stories you’ll share, the stories you’ll create.

This is the lesson of stories: everything changes. Something happened, and the known world of that moment, however big or small, was never the same. It’s the responsibility of stories. It’s the significance of stories. It’s the heart of stories. It’s the nature of stories. It’s the why of stories. It’s the gift of stories.