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Craft Secrets of Dramatic Nonfiction by a Two-Time Pulitzer Prize Winner
Jon Franklin deconstructs his award-winning stories.
The Power of Storytelling as a Management Tool
Peg C. Neuhauser shows how storytelling can strengthen the culture and spirit of the workplace.
Masters of narrative nonfiction — including “Survivor” creator Mark Burdett — turn to Joseph Campbell’s work for insights on how to make their stories more powerful and meaningful.
It just takes three elements and two questions, says Tommy Tomlinson, staff writer for Sports on Earth.
Tell a story like “Ode to Billie Joe,” suggests Tommy Tomlinson.
Flocabulary — hip-hop in the classroom — brings you this song covering the five main elements of a story: setting, plot, characters, conflict and theme.
Tell a story like “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald,” suggests Tommy Tomlinson.