The talk is entitled "How Not to Write Fiction: Style and Evidence in Qualitative Research Studies." Basically, I'll be talking about writing up qualitative research in an engaging way while remaining true to the case - in other words, how to write like a mystery writer, but build your case like a lawyer.
I don't like to give long presentations, so this one will probably clock in at about 20 minutes, with plenty of time for discussion afterwards. Swing on by if you're interested! And if you can't make it, I'll probably post a modified version on my blog next week.