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Storytelling in Science and the Path to the Popular Press

Sponsored by Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Program in Writing and Rhetoric, Earth Systems Program, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, Department of Earth System Science, Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment & Resources, Earth Systems Environmental Communication Program

When

Thursday, December 6, 2018
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
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Where

O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm, 175 Electioneer Rd, Stanford, CA 94305
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This event is open to:
Faculty/Staff, Students

Admission
Free

Event Details:

Want to write a non-fiction book for a popular audience? Interested in reaching beyond the academic community and sharing a story from your years of research? Publishing with apopular press is a challenging process and one distinctly different from the path to creating an academic book. Join author and Stanford Ph.D. graduate Lauren E. Oakes for a workshop on navigating the popular book-writing process for scholars, from idea to execution to publication and marketing. For the highly motivated faculty member, Ph.D. student, or postdoc with a book idea in mind.

Instructed by Lauren E. Oakes (www.leoakes.com) author of In Search of the Canary Tree (Basic Books 2018)based onher Ph.D. research in the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford. Her writing has been published in the New York Timesthe San Francisco Chronicle and elsewhere, and she has taught numerous workshops and courses in science communication.

Admission Info

Email leoakes@stanford.edu and thayden@stanford.edu to researve a spot.