Monthly Archives: November 2015

Writing Science for the Public

Here are 12 editorial tips for scientists: 1. Your first sentence must be indelible. 2. Know where you are taking the reader first and then tell them. 3. Each subsection and paragraph is a potential pathway into the text for … Continue reading

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Six Steps to Seeing Your Book Published

The writing process for a book can take several years. During that time, you will write and rewrite many times. It helps to join a writing group, which can help you stay motivated and focused, encourage you and critique your … Continue reading

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Porch Stories

Bruce Nelson grew up in a small black community where he pitched watermelons, picked cotton, swam in the neighborhood canals, and attended the segregated Booker T. Washington School, in Mesa, AZ. The neighborhood was known as North Town. In 1994 … Continue reading

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