Students learn to write a narrative nonfiction story that communicates specialist knowledge they have gained in their university course to a general audience. Twelve modules guide students through the writing process, from pitching a story idea to preparing their piece for publication. Topics covered include narrative nonfiction subgenres, research, scene building, structure, ethics and style.
Unit details and rules
|Media and Communications
|Available to study abroad and exchange students
|Cheryl O'Byrne, email@example.com