How to Write Panoramic Narrative: Capturing large-scale events 

Sep 24, 2021

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In most narrative nonfiction, close-ups stand in for the big picture. But what works when the big picture is the story—when the Titanic sinks, when the atomic bomb drops, when the floodwaters rise? Saved at the Seawall chronicles the boat lift that evacuated nearly half a million people from Manhattan Island on September 11, 2001. Author Jessica DuLong discusses the practical challenges of covering large-scale events, and shares specific strategies and techniques that work best for capturing panoramic narrative.

  • Jessica DuLong

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