One common piece of advice that writers receive is the following: You can’t know your beginning until you know your ending. This idea requires a writer to finish the first draft and then go back to the beginning again to re-see and re-imagine the whole thing. We discuss this process as well as the ideas of Poetic Justice, Aristotle’s Reversals, and other ways that the discovery of your ending reshapes your book from the beginning—or should. And we’ve got writer Christine Murphy on with us again to help us out. Thanks Christine!