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, side tracking and generally crisscrossing (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
Non-Linear Model of Storytelling
by Adam Brackin
So, what do you think of non-linear storytelling? Do you use it in your writing? Do you enjoy reading/watching it? What do you think of this fab model?