This They Believe: Your Characters Are Not You with Joseph Mills

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This They Believe: Your Characters Are Not You with Joseph Mills

25.00

The novelist Margaret Mitchell talked about the difficulty of creating characters who are fleshed-out people rather than puppets, and some writers—for example Victor Hugo and Dawn Powell—compared their novels to laboratories. They put their characters in environments and then watched what happened. Characters shouldn’t be mouthpieces for an author. In this workshop, we’ll discuss how to give characters their freedom (difficult as that may be) even in small spaces such as flash fiction.

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