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Writing Great Dialogue & Five Tips for Making it Crackle.

By Nathan Seim At first, writing dialogue was extremely difficult for me. No matter what I wrote, when I actually went back to read it, I found what I had written was usually lifeless, dry, and boring. I thought for … Continue reading

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We won first place in the Write on the River 2011 competition.

Got an exciting phone call tonight from Susan at Write on the River. Nathan and I won first place for best fiction, at the 2011 annual WOTR writers competition. We’re both really stoked. The story is a short piece called … Continue reading

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On Learning to Write Better.

by Gavin Seim: There’s something I’ve learned from being a photographer that applies perfectly to writing and that’s learning. I’m twenty five years old and I’ve been serious about photography for about 13 of those years. Looking back on that … Continue reading

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