What makes an outstanding science story? Learn from Joanne Silberner, an experienced science reporter who teaches journalism at the University of Washington. For Open Notebook, she critiqued George Johnson’s award-winning New York Times essay. Read her annotations for writing tips and savor the bonus at the end: a Q&A between Joanne and George. Follow @jsilberner and watch for her NPR reports. image: Helloquence
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