3 Simple Storifying Tools For Effective Science And Nature Writing

Eranthemum Sanguinolentum engraved by Benjamin Fawcett (1808–1893) for Shirley Hibberd’s (1825–1890) New and Rare Beautiful-Leaved Plants. Digitally enhanced from Rawpixel’s 1929 edition of the publication (Public Domain).

In their book Re:imagining Change, authors Reinsborough and Canning argue that we risk getting inundated by the complexity of the dots we want to connect– and lose our audience as a result — if we don’t focus on storytelling strategy.

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I’m a researcher and writer in ecolinguistics and environmental communication. Get my weekly digest of nature writing ideas/tools: https://wildones.substack.com

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I’m a researcher and writer in ecolinguistics and environmental communication. Get my weekly digest of nature writing ideas/tools: https://wildones.substack.com

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