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  1. Gregg Chamberlain

    Just in case anyone is curious… dialogue-only stories are not too common, but I do seem to have had success with a few of them in the past. The trick is maintaining the atmosphere of the story, providing some detail for the reader’s imagination, without the dialogue degenerating into “lecture mode” or “talking heads exposition” which is downright boring.

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