Exploring the art and craft of story
January 19, 2018
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In her blog "Dining in Diaspora," the Detroit-based writer tries to document the complexity of Armenian identity through the lens of food
The California Sunday piece unpacks loss and resilience in the aftermath of the country's military dictatorship through the story of one family
The editor of the new anthology talks about the joys of being subversive and using country music to talk about female empowerment
The anthology, which includes Joan Didion and Lillian Ross, puts a deserved spotlight on female writers (and perhaps will give Gay Talese a few ideas when he's next asked about them)
The creator of the hugely popular true-life scary stories talks about his love for the supernatural and getting listeners to follow him down dark tunnels
In the book "This Blessed Earth," the writer and his wife, photographer Mary Anne Andrei, give voice to the Americans who provide the food we eat
As a Silicon Valley startup outrages Latinos and others with its automated "bodega," journalist Amaris Castillo speaks up for the human connection
As the scribbled sticky notes come out in book form, Levee talks about spending his days collecting tiny fingerprints of commuters' psyches
The longtime host of "Think" talks about preparing for her daily show, and how radio is a form of oral storytelling -- "I think it’s stronger than ever"
She spent 65 days on the road, covering 12,000 miles, in search of this fast-disappearing artifact of the country's past -- and its summer memories
The writer (and vet) talks about squeezing story from science, and how a book about mussels is also about our tender, tenacious humanity.
When reporter Britni de la Cretaz came under fire for her piece on racism and the Red Sox, DigBoston editor-in-chief Chris Faraone had her back