Structure and Flow

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Writer's Digest Books, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 186 pages
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A magazine article is more than just a story. It is a set of vital elements the writer combines in specific ways to create and market the story. Writers of nonfiction must understand and become expert with each element -- thus the need for the Elements of Article Writing Series.

Writers will learn how to design an article, infuse meaning, create a natural flow, and sweep readers to a satisfying end.

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About the author (1996)

David A. Fryxell has written more than 1,000 magazine and newspaper pieces for publications including "Playboy", "Reader's Digest" and "Travel & Leisure". He is the founder of "Family Tree Magazine" and currently a contributing editor.

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