A while back in GMO Skepti-Forum, Marc Brazeau asked for quality examples of narrative writing and the contents of that thread is worth sharing with you all. If you all have some more examples, please let me know, and I’ll add them to our library.
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A Versatile Toolkit for Writing about Science Written by Knigel Holmes Photo credit: Ben Ostrowsky | CC Communicating science is much more than feeding people facts. Science communicators need a diverse toolbox containing instruments for a variety of audiences. From…