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Intemediate | To learn to weave dialogue, narrative, and action into a well-paced story is to craft a work of art. You can learn the techniques if you’re listening carefully to your story’s voice and willing to work to find the best structure for that voice. In-class writing will include short exercises in dialogue, infusing a scene with emotion, and deepening your story’s theme.
Gloria Kempton is an author, writing coach and former magazine and book editor. She is the author of eleven books, including Write Great Fiction: Dialogue and The Outlaw’s Journey; A Mythological Approach to Storytelling for Writers Behind Bars. She’s a former contributing editor to Writer’s Digest magazine and an instructor with their online writing courses: writersonlineworkshops.com. She also teaches online at writers.com and to incarcerated writers at the Regional Justice Center in Kent, WA.