Nonlinear narrative has been around forever, but it has been considered inferior, erroneous, complicated – and not in a good way – when compared to linear narrative. Of course, now we might see it as quite special, we might welcome the challenge and unpredictability of a non-linear narrative.
In Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino made us follow three stories at once, each one belting forward, stomping backward, sidetracking and generally criss-crossing (I love this movie, btw). The possibilities for nonlinear narrative are endless. I wanted to find out some way of doing this without driving myself crazy and well, when I found this I had to share it with you. Take a look at this model of non-linear storytelling.