How to make complicated facts easy reading

It takes great skill to make a piece of writing simple, clear and direct. Jargon, clutter, numbers and acronyms can jumble together, undercutting meaning and frustrating even the avid reader.

The antidote to the poison of complexity is a quality of writing called “pace.” [Learn more]

(Or, this could promote the Washington, D.C. writers workshop or a seminar or some other teaching)

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