Monthly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
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Question: A retired policeman and novelist suggests that writers should interview their characters. Can you suggest ways to interview an imaginary character?
How do you choose a potential interviewee? What intrigues you, and is your choice always someone in the news, or at least well known, or do you sometimes just pick a character "off the street” who seems interesting?
Who can interview? Are any potential problems for those who may not be as well known? What is a minimum requirement of a person who can interview assuming he or she is ethical.
If you find an interesting person to interview, what's the best way to match that with a publication?
Keep going until your done - you won't be cut off mis sentence
So, when you've interviewed celebrities, do you come away generally more or less mesmerized by their celebrity status?
Thanks, ED. Great!
this has been great!!!