KEEPING IT SIMPLE
Part of building any story or magazine article is translating what you know and what you’ve researched in usable information for your characters and your readers. In fiction, your character may long to be an astronaut, so you need to be able take that extended process and explain it to your young reader in manageable bits. In nonfiction, it may be taking the technical jargon of how a chocolate factory works and breaking it down into words your audience understands. Inspired by an article by Devyani Borade in a past ICL market guide, today we are taking complex subjects and keeping them simple.