Exploring the art and craft of story
December 2, 2016
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A weekly roundup of some favorite things, for your reading and listening pleasure
The journalist talks about his Atlantic piece on two men named Richard who disappeared in Alaska: "The whole story was full of human flaws and frailties"
The former firefighter (and failed luge superstar) talks about learning things the hard way -- and using that in her storytelling
Just in time for the weekend, here’s a little list of some of the things I’ve been listening to and reading this week, some of it online — Storyboard included, natch — and some of … Read more
The writer talks about her piece in the Atlantic on a string of deaths at a well-off high school, and why it's OK to show emotion in interviews
At the Power of Storytelling conference in Romania, the best-selling writer talks about daring to wander, and learning to bear the thing we cannot bear
The Pulitzer winner (and two-time finalist) talks about covering the aftermath of a school shooting a different way: "the truth is obviously so much uglier and so much messier and so much more honest"
The Seattle-based writer talks about her California Sunday Magazine piece on the "final frontier" of deep-sea mining, and adapting to the freelancing life
Along with "Famous Deaths," the virtual-reality gathering offered an immersive Black Lives Matter experience and a chance to fly like a bird (wings included)