Writing features that entertain, delight, and, sometimes, inform


Explore strategies to move your routine article from the valley of boredom to the thoroughfare of fun. Anecdotes and color are the main tools writers employ to make the narrative shimmer with energy. The use of open-ended questions will help writers mine for quotations that will propel the article forward, getting more readers to spend more time enjoying the prose. Examples of flat writing vs. fun writing will illustrate the points. Any article will improve when writers remember their duty is to tell stories and tell stories well. This workshop will show you how to bring your features to life.

Meet the trainer: Dr. Michael Ray Smith

This workshop is available in the MTI Online Learning Center. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to create a free membership account or login to access this workshop. Thank you!

Format: Video


Language: English



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