Each year, I take a bus up to New York City and stay in a swanky hotel, just to hang out with my great colleagues of the American Society for Journalists and Authors. The workshops and speakers are amazing. But best of all, I get a big dose of confidence and inspiration — just enough to propel me through the following months.
Last year, I had my trusty video camera with me, plus a few white boards and markers. So I asked attendees: How Do Writers Use Math? Of course, this creative bunch had a lot to say. Take a look!
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As a writer, how do you use math? Can you think of any ideas that my colleagues didn’t mention? Share in the comments section!
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