Archive Titles that sing, introductions that charm

  • By Zoe Tabary and Laurie Goering, TRF
  • 12/09/2017

A boy plays during breaktime at the Senator Obama primary school in the village of Nyang'oma Kogelo, west of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 16, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

September 12, 11 am-1 pm UK time /Titles that sing, introductions that charm: this discussion will share a few pointers on how to make people want to read what you write. The first hour (11-12) will be in English, followed by the same discussion in French (12-1).

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