The Dialog of Reactions with Eric M. Witchey
April 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
One of the hardest things writers do is make the execution of all personal agendas in multiple character scenes believable. Too often, one or two characters drive the story forward while the others seem to wait for their turn. Like life, good fiction should be a little more messy than waiting for turns.
In this session, award-winning author Eric Witchey will guide an exploration of how character psychology drives agendas and interactions between characters are both reactionary and strategic.
The seminar will demonstrate how to recognize and manage the relationships between multiple characters in narrative and dialog inside a scene. Writers will walk away with the ability to recognize and manage group dynamics in conflict on several levels and in a way that keeps the reader believing and turning pages.
A set of checks for verisimilitude will be demonstrated and provided to attendees.
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