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Literary journalism

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  • 1. Narrative/literary journalism
    NOT a Research Paper!
  • 2. Topic
    History
    General interest
    Lifestyle, hobbies
    Current affairs, Local interest
    Travel
  • 3. The Challenge
    To present the material in a creative and interesting way
    To demonstrate the skills you have developed in writing creative non-fiction
  • 4. Research?
    Informal
    No need to use MLA citations, but must acknowledge sources
    Interview
    Personal experience
  • 5. What’s the Difference?
    Not CNF
    Main purpose is to inform
    Style, “literary” quality not important
    “Just the facts, ma’am”
    CNF
    Main purpose is to stimulate thought and ideas
    Style, “literary” quality is of paramount importance
    Not all facts and details need to be included; may be “edited” to enhance overall impact