What's Said and Unsaid: Crafting Dialogue in Fiction
In this OnDemand Webinar, instructor Emily Gray Tedrowe teaches specific strategies for creating effective, compelling dialogue in stories and novels. She looks at several examples from successful writers and analyze their choices. She also discusses direct, indirect, and summarized dialogue and what each has to offer. Writers also consider the great potential in subtext, swear words, and lies (in fiction that is!).
Emily Gray Tedrowe is the Chicago-based author of the novels The Talented Miss Farwell, Blue Stars, and Commuters. She earned a Ph.D. in English literature from New York University and a BA from Princeton University. She has received an Illinois Arts Council award as well as fellowships from the Ragdale Foundation, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Sewanee Writers Conference. A frequent book reviewer for USA Today as well as other publications, Tedrowe also writes essays, interviews, and short stories. Learn more at EmilyGrayTedrowe.com.
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