Join the Science Communicators of North Carolina as we probe the minds of local science writers to find out how they go about the process of writing a book.
How are ideas generated? What does their research process entail? How do they go about getting words down on the blank page/screen? What is the editing process like? Once the book is finished, what next?
Find out the answers to these questions and pose your own.
T. Delene Beeland, author of the forthcoming The Secret World of Red Wolves
Scott Huler, author of On the Grid
Glenn Murphy, author of Why is Snot Green?
Moderated by Russ Campbell of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund.
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Science Communicators of North Carolina
SCONC is a professional organization founded in April 2007. We provide fellowship and networking among folks who bring science to the public. We include science writers, journalists, public information officers, teachers and institutional communicators from academia, government labs, industry, museums and schools just about anyone interested in communicating science. Ours is a big-tent organization.