Story Building Narrative Techniques for News and Feature Writers
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Description: Story Building demystifies the narrative style of writing by playfully undoing the knots of journalistic storytelling. It provides personalized guidance and practical advice on how to muster the passion and skills to gather compelling details needed to tell an engaging journalistic story on deadline. To write like a pro, you must think and report like a pro. In this book, accomplished journalists-from the smallest newspapers to the New York Times-take readers on their beats and, with a friendly voice, explain their actions and their choices. Book jacket.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Publisher: Hamilton Books
Publication date: 6/7/2007
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|How the Book Is Organized|
|No News Is Hard News|
|Manic Curiosity: Gathering Information for the Narrative Story|
|Finding the Shoehorn: Aggressive Observation|
|Interviewing for narrative: Why Interview when you can Chat?|
|Staying on Top of the Interview: Practical Tips|
|The Abuse and Use of Descriptive Detail|
|Language and Style|
|Stealing from the Novelist's Bag of Tricks|
|Laying Out the Facts: How to Tell the Narrative Story|
|Leading to the End|
|Greed and Grit: Guided Tour of a Storyteller's Mind|
|Persuasive Storytelling: Not a Matter of Opinion|
|Between Typing and Writing: The Narrative Art of Reviewing Art|
|A Story about Getting Hired|
|Freelancing: Narrative for Hire|
|About the Author|