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Knowing your Audience when Writing about the Future



Annalee Newitz

Adam Ford

Posted: Feb 4, 2013


Who are you talking to, and what are you trying to tell them? Main points will be the differences between the mass audience vs. the scientist/policy maker audience; and the intended effects of writing realistic futurism, aspirational futurism or dystopian futurism.


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