Sunday, May 20, 2012
A few weeks ago, my friend Susan Campbell Bartoletti (click here to read about how much I love Susan) asked if I might reflect on subtext in dialogue in video format for her Penn State students. Today, I'm posting my response here—thoughts on what makes dialogue tick. Susan asked that I read from own work, and so I did—choosing a passage from YOU ARE MY ONLY as well as one from SMALL DAMAGES. This constitutes my first reading of SMALL DAMAGES, which will be released in July, and which just received a starred PW review.