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SciWriteLabs 7.3: Long-form narratives, crappy first drafts, and the importance of wasting time

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SciWriteLabs 7.2: The New York Times’s Amy Harmon on what it means to be a science writer

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SciWriteLabs 7.1: The New York Times’s Amy Harmon on neurodiversity and writing about autism

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SciWriteLabs 7.3: Long-form narratives, crappy first drafts, and the importance of wasting time

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Context and corrections in writing about autism and vaccines: A case study in misleading your readers

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John Elder Robison: “Why The Times remains the paper of record”

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The New York Times’s incredible piece on the lives and loves of two adults with Aspergers

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