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To Think, To Write, To Publish is supported by a generous grant from the National Science Foundation. This project, which comprises a two-part, multi­day conference and workshops, will bring together 12 emerging “next gen” communicators and 12 early career scholars—as well as creative writing professors and graduate students, museum professionals, and editors of mainstream publications to discuss the value and advantages of communicating science and innovation policy (SIP) to general audiences with creative nonfiction writing that uses narrative, scene and storytelling to engage and inform readers. The goals of the workshops are to provide opportunities for the scholars and writers to work together, to understand the processes of research and writing for general audiences and to have their work showcased in a major, nationally distributed publication.