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In March of 2008, Writer’s Voice host went to the
Nieman Foundation’s Conference on Narrative Journalism. In this show segment, we talk with Nieman narrative program director Connie Hale about what “narrative journalism” is all about.
April 20, 2008 narrative_journalism, nieman_foundation, connie_hale
About Francesca Rheannon
Francesca Rheannon is an award-winning independent radio producer. In addition to hosting Writer's Voice, she's a freelance reporter for National Public Radio and its affiliates. Recipient of the prestigious Nancy Dickerson Whitehead Award for reporting on substance abuse issues for her news series, VOICES OF HIV, produced for 88.5 WFCR public radio in western Massachusetts. She is also finishing a book on Provence (PROVINCE OF THE HEART) and working on a memoir of her father, THE ARGONAUTS.
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I’ve been looking for answers to this question for years with no success.
I spent my working life in technical publications, so tend toward technical writing; direct, concise, cold.
I presently write on my philosophy, the Justice Industry, and Forest Health issues. I want to find a book on examples of cold writing and how that can be changed to narrative. Can you help?
Thanks for your time
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