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Knowing your Audience when Writing about the Future
Annalee Newitz   Feb 4, 2013   Adam Ford  

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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