Conclusions to news articles—or any kind of article for that matter—are important because they wrap up the story and comfortably tell the reader that they've reached the end. Think about any news story or op-ed piece that you thought was well-written and you'll notice it ended with an important or interesting piece of information. The truth is, everyone has a hard time writing conclusions. But don't fret. This list of seventeen kinds of conclusions will help you polish off your next piece of writing.
A career as a magazine writer can be rewarding and fun. You get to meet and work with interesting people, learn about new topics and craft fascinating stories that readers enjoy. It is also very competitive and a job that requires diligence and patience. Once you see your name in print for the first time, you will know that your hard work paid off. Getting a break in the magazine world is not easy, but it is possible for any talented writer. There are many magazines—from large to small—that rely on great writers to give their readers what they want. It is an exciting career, and there are a few ways to approach it.
Martin Gardner October 21, — May 22, was an American popular mathematics and popular science writer, with interests also encompassing scientific skepticism , micromagic , philosophy , religion , and literature —especially the writings of Lewis Carroll , L. Frank Baum , and G. Gardner was best known for creating and sustaining interest in recreational mathematics —and by extension, mathematics in general—throughout the latter half of the 20th century, principally through his "Mathematical Games" columns. Gardner was one of the foremost anti- pseudoscience polemicists of the 20th century. Martin Gardner was born into a prosperous family in Tulsa, Oklahoma , to James Henry Gardner, a prominent petroleum geologist ,  and his wife, Willie Wilkerson Spiers, a Montessori-trained teacher.
As a journalist for The New York Times and Esquire magazine during the s, Talese helped to define contemporary literary journalism. Talese's entry into writing was entirely happenstance, and the unintended consequence of the then high school sophomore's attempt to gain more playing time for the baseball team. The assistant coach had the duty of telephoning in the chronicle of each game to the local newspaper and when he complained he was too busy to do it properly, the head coach gave Talese the duty.
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