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Food, Culture, And Worldbuilding: 50 Questions For Creatives: Way With Worlds, #5

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Food, Culture, And Worldbuilding: 50 Questions For Creatives: Way With Worlds, #5

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Jan 21, 2019


Creating fictional worlds also means figuring out how people manage to stay alive in that setting (or don't) - and that means food. However once characters start cooking, eating, and complaining about cooking that means you have to think about everything from economics to culture.

This book is a helpful series of 50 questions, as well as follow-up exercises and more, to help you think about food and cuisine in your setting.  From economics to delivery, religious significance to medical benefits, let's talk food, culture, and more!

Hope you're hungry for a discussion on food!

Jan 21, 2019

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Food, Culture, And Worldbuilding - Steven Savage

Food, Culture, and Worldbuilding

50 Questions For Creatives

(The Way With Worlds Series)

Copyright © 2017 by Steven Savage

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This book is not completely comprehensive. Some readers may wish to consult additional forms of information, some of which are provided inside this book.

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AUTHOR: Steven Savage

EDITOR: JessicaMcCormick

Table of Contents

Title Page

Other Books by Steven Savage

Keep Up With The Author


How To Use This Book

The Questions

Production And Transportation





More Than Nutrition


Ritual And Symbolism

Spirituality And The Supernatural

About The Author

Other Books by Steven Savage

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Her Eternal Moonlight: Sailor Moon's Female Fans In North America, An Unauthorized Examination (with Bonnie Walling)

Convention Career Connection

The Power Of Creative Paths

The Way With Worlds Series

Way With Worlds Book 1: Crafting Great Fictional Settings

Way With Worlds Book 2: Details And Discussion

Sex And Worldbuilding: 50 Questions For Creatives

Magic, Technology, And Worldbuilding: 50 Questions For Creatives

The Focused Fandom Series

Focused Fandom: Cosplay, Costuming, And Careers

Focused Fandom: Fanart, Fanartists, and Careers

The Career Series

Epic Resume Go!

Quest For Employment

Resume Plus

Skill Portability

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