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Laurie Ann Doyle, writer

An Interview with Sunday's Speaker: Laurie Ann Doyle, Dialogue and You

We caught up with Laurie Ann Doyle before she speaks for the club this Sunday. At our monthly meeting, she'll be talking all about writing better dialogue. Doyle knows her stuff: she's been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and won the Alligator Juniper National Fiction Award. Her work has been published in The Los Angeles Review, Timber, Jabberwock Review, Road Story, Arroyo Literary Review, Under ...

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10/15 SPEAKER— "Said and Unsaid: Dialogue in Fiction and Memoir" with Laurie Ann Doyle

Is dialogue meant to reveal or conceal? Strong dialogue in fiction and memoir actually accomplishes both, revealing the characters by what is said and not said. October's featured speaker Laurie Ann Doyle will share excerpts from masters of dialogue, examining how artfully crafted speech, gesture, and silence helps the writer not only develop character, but generate tension, subtext, and move ...

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