15.21: Writing About Children, with Shannon and Dean Hale May 24, 2020

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Your Hosts: Brandon, Mary Robinette, and Dan, with Shannon and Dean Hale Shannon and Dean Hale join us to discuss how to effectively and convincingly write about¹ children. We cover dialog tools, point-of-view elements, stakes, and character ‘quirks’ that can help signal to the reader that a character is a child. Credits: This episode was recorded … Continue reading 15.21: Writing About Children, with Shannon and Dean Hale →



Your Hosts: Brandon, Mary Robinette, and Dan, with Shannon and Dean Hale
Shannon and Dean Hale join us to discuss how to effectively and convincingly write about¹ children. We cover dialog tools, point-of-view elements, stakes, and character 'quirks' that can help signal to the reader that a character is a child.
Credits: This episode was recorded by Joseph Meacham, and mastered by Alex Jackson

¹ "About," not "for." Shannon and Dean join us again to discuss writing FOR children next week!