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Talk the Talk: A Dialogue Workshop for Scriptwriters Paperback – March 1, 2010

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Talk the Talk is a must for screenwriters. It is filled with insightful tips, ingenious tricks and potent techniques. Penny Penniston puts it all together in easy-to-understand lessons and smart exercises.---Joan Scott, Founder of Writers & Artists Agency

This is the book dramatic writers have been looking for!  Talk the Talk is an essential guide to the art of writing great dialogue.  Teachers and students alike will find its sound advice and step-by-step approach invaluable and inspiring. --Rebecca Gillman. Playwright & Screenwriter. Author of Spinning Into Butter.

About the Author

Penniston is a playwright and screenwriter. She taught playwriting in the theater department at Northwestern University and has written several articles on screenwriting for MovieMaker Magazine.

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