Journalists or Advocates?

When you write about religion for a religious publication, what exatly is your job? Are you a journalist? A public relations worker? Or something in between? Several practitioners of the craft of religion writing tackle that question in this article from Associated Baptist Press.

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Readability: Writing to be Read

Are you writing to be read? Learn how to apply readability formulas to your writing, how to make your writing easier to read, and why a readability formula makes a good servant, but a poor master.

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How to Interview a Celebrity

CelebrityCelebrities put their pants on one leg at a time just like us — unless perhaps they have a pair of butlers working in tandem to do the job. The rich and/or famous aren’t exactly like us, and that gulf can make an interviewer nervous. Tim Stafford draws on his experience for these tips to celebrity intervifewing. (This is excerpted from an EPA convention workshop he presented.)

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