Saturday, December 10, 2011

Greg Rucka On How To Write A Strong Female Character

The writer discusses what characteristics and qualities are needed to write a strong female character. 

"The answer to all of these questions is the same, fundamentally. One does not write a "female" character any more than one writes a "male" character. One writes character, and character is derived from many, many different components, gender being just one of them. Education, background, childhood, religion, sexual orientation and experience, unique history - all of these things influence character, and the writer's job is to present the whole package in the form of an individual."

For the rest of this great interview, click here: