Do my readers know what I know?

When you write a reportage, never take anything for granted. Your readers will probably not have the same information as you about specific places, monuments or historical figures. For example: if you are in the city of Ferrara and have been moved by the façade of the “Palazzo dei Diamanti”, offer a bit of context regarding the building. Otherwise, to your reader, the story could have taken place in any city or in any country.

Claudio Visentin and Giulia De Dominicis



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