Most fiction is an authorial monologue. But as a game of make-believe, it often features conversations. How do we deal with dialogue when it's inside the monologue of fiction (technically, philosophically, creatively)? In this workshop, we’ll look at a range of literary examples, talk them over and try some out.
Oisín Curran grew up in Surry, Maine. His first novel, Mopus, was published in 2008 and he was named a “Writer to Watch” by CBC: Canada Writes. His second novel, Blood Fable was picked by the Globe & Mail as one of the most anticipated novels for the fall of 2017 and won the 2018 Thomas Raddall Atlantic Fiction Award. Curran lives in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, with his wife and two children.
Oisin is reading with his wife, writer Sarah Faber, on Saturday, October 20, at 7pm as part of Word. Blue Hill Literary Festival.
Location: Blue Hill Harbor School (see address and map in sidebar.) Registration is required with a workshop fee of $25. If you have questions about this workshop, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Blue Hill Books at (207) 374-5632.
To bring: writing materials