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In the May 20, 2012 Pearlsong Conversations teleconference call, Pearlsong publisher Peggy Elam, Ph.D. & several Pearlsong authors talked about creating—and reining in— fictional characters.

Authors participating in the Conversation included Lynne Murray, author of The Falstaff Vampire Files, Bride of the Living Dead & the Josephine Fuller mystery series, Anne Richardson Williams (Unconventional Means), Linda C. Wisniewski (Off Kilter), Leslie Moïse, author of Love is the Thread & Judith, & Louise Mathewson (A Life Interrupted).

Links mentioned in this Conversation: Pearl S. Buck Writing Center | Linda Wisniewski's award-winning short story "Cold Beer and Great Good" | "At the Foot of the Lighthouse (Todai Moto Kurashi)" short story by Erin Hoffman"Todai Moto Kurashi, and writing the unspeakable" -- Hoffman's reply to commenters (read Hoffman's short story first).

For more information about the Pearlsong Conversation teleconference series and links to archived Conversations in which authors, publisher and readers discuss books and writing, go to the Pearlsong Conversations page at the Pearlsong Press website.

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