Organiser: Science Communication @LTV
Writing for a wide audience differs from conventional academic writing in a number of ways. Do you want to learn more? Participate in this two-hour webinar for employees at the LTV faculty.
Non-fiction writing for a broad audience is different from conventional academic writing in a number of ways. The handling of openings, facts, quotes, endings, pronouns, general approach – and many other aspects of writing – change when the general public is addressed. How could you get your message across in a more appealing manner, and attract more readers?
In this talk Magnus Linton, non-fiction writer and editor at the Institute for Futures Studies, outlines crucial points in his book Text and Style – on the use of science in storytelling.