Dialogue in Fiction Day School Saturday 1st November, St Andrews Building, University of Glasgow

media_271645_enDialogue in Fiction Day School

Saturday 1st November 10am-4pm

St Andrews Building, University of Glasgow

This is a practical one day course that focuses on dialogue in fiction. The following questions will be addressed: How is successful dialogue constructed? What techniques do writers use to create dialogue? Why is some dialogue flat and unconvincing. What is movement within dialogue? How is character developed through dialogue? What methods do writers use to capture realistic speech? Practical examples from fiction will be used throughout the day and students will have the chnace to write in class and leave with a deeper understanding of how dialogue functions.

Tutor: Alan McMunnigall

Fee: £30

Telephone enrolments will be taken from 10.00 to 16.30. Please call  0141 330 1860/1853/2772

Or enrol at St Andrews Building.

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