Dialogue Tips and tricks

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  • #826
    David Hodges
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    What do you find is the best way to manage /include dialogue?

    #923
    David Hodges
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    I always find a little bit of ‘conflict’ or ‘tention’ in dialog works better. Humor is also good, anything to get away from the yes, no, pros.

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    Phil Dowsett
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    Great looking photo’s Dave

    #1338
    Hazel Menehira
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    Best advice I’ve ever had re writing dialogue from N.Z. mentor and Director of NZSA many years Joan Rossier Jones has stayed with me. MAKE IT REAL, RELEVANT and REVEALING. I have used and enlarged on that in my Dynamic Dialogue international workshops for past 30 years. First in Aus. for T.W. 2005 or 6 I believe through Eve and Arts Nexus. Even today there is much of value in a skeleton outline of it continually offered to interested members as a half hour talk with handouts. Certainly some tips and traps because writing dialogue can be a dicey minefield for any of us, believe me. Hzl

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