Constance Hale is a San Francisco–based journalist and the author of cheeky writing manuals, a book on hula for adults, and a picturebook for children set in Hawaii. She has also edited more than three dozen books. Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and many magazines, including Afar, The Atlantic, Honolulu, and Wired. She wrote the foreword for “Writing Character,” a book chock-full of thoughts, tips, and prompts that is part of the Lit Starts series produced by The Writers Grotto, where she has been an active member for ten years.
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