Tag Archives: teaching writing

Oh, THAT Gerry Boyle

Gerry Boyle here. A film-buff friend on the west coast e-mailed the other day to say, Hey! Since when did you start using drugs and consorting with prostitutes. Hey, I said to myself. Getting a little personal there. Then he … Continue reading

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Never mind what mother told you. . .

It’s Kate, and I’m talking today about teaching. A writer has to listen. That’s what I tell my writing students. As they sit there around the table, pens poised for the wisdom that a 28-year writer might have to impart, … Continue reading

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Gerry Boyle interviews Kate Flora

OK, here’s a question I’ve wanted to ask you. You’re a lawyer. Why no courtroom series? Why not go the John Grisham route? Great question, Gerry. I realized early on that if I made my character a lawyer, I’d constantly … Continue reading

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