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Supernatural TV Review: META FICTION

Yes, there was a bit of a lull during this season of Supernatural, especially after midseason when all of the important storylines were seemingly dropped in favor of less satisfying developments. 943 more words

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Supernatural Meta Fiction - a twitter review

I LOVED last week’s Supernatural episode, Meta Fiction. There was so much great going on that I’m still processing the scope of it. I could write a book length review of just this episode, so rather than do that – here’s the raw, pure emotion that went through my head during the show – broadcast on Twitter. 1,313 more words



Finding one’s voice tends to be a process.  It may happen in fits and starts over decades, be fast tracked by catastrophe, adventure, or, more likely, a strange and unique combination of these things.  517 more words


Supernatural 'Meta Fiction' Review - "The world is not made of atoms, it's made of stories"

You could say that Meta Fiction is a meta-written episode by Metatron. During this episode, the brothers manage to capture Gadreel while Castiel finally accepts his role as a leader. 1,457 more words

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Supernatural, Meta Fiction: Where (Fan's) Dreams Come True

Wow.  There were so many great things about this episode, but let me say I seriously thought when I saw someone typing on a typewriter that Chuck was back (aka God).   1,232 more words


SPN 9.18: Meta Fiction review

In his third episode of the season “Meta Fiction,” writer Robbie Thompson gives the viewers a story about writing a story and asks who gives the story meaning, the writer or the reader/viewer.

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