Longform science writing is flourishing, with a growing number of outlets that publish pieces at 3,000... 5,000... even 10,000 words. This session will look at the art of crafting long narratives, from the minutiae of structure, to tips and tricks for reporting. 

Chair:

Alok Jha, Science Correspondent, The Guardian

Panel:

Helen Pearson, Chief Features Editor, Nature

Will Storr, Author and Journalist

Paul Olding, TV and Film, Director and Producer

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