Presenters: James Mustich, Jim Ottaviani, Dan Wetzel
Moderator: Wil Cwikiel
All writing requires research, but authors of nonfiction are held especially accountable for the facts and information they choose to present. But with a seemingly endless supply of available knowledge, how do writers know when to stop? How do they sift through material and not slip into a bottomless rabbit hole? When and how do they conduct interviews? And how do they decide in which direction to head next? Who better to ask than the panelists who have found themselves in these exact situations?