The New Yorker

3 (Stories) for 2 (Days)

By Recommended Reading September 26, 2014

Here are Storyboard’s three picks for your reading, viewing and dancing pleasure this weekend: In an essay entitled “Difference Maker: The childless, the parentless, and the Central Sadness,” Meghan Daum writes in the Sept. 29 issue of The New … Read more

Registration Open: Narrative Conference at Berkeley

Narrative News September 5, 2014

Registration is now open for “The Latest in Longform,” the new, small-scale narrative journalism conference at the University of California at Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. Organized by former Nieman narrative maven Constance Hale, the Nov. 8 conference is … Read more

The sense of an ending

Why's this (sentence) so good? June 23, 2014

Whether you spell them “ledes” or “leads,” opening lines get a lot of attention. And why wouldn’t they? Sitting at the keyboard, with all the tedious and sometimes annoying reporting done, a writer is spoiled for choice, a world of … Read more

National Magazine Award winners + bonus reads

May 6, 2014

Five stories that you must stop and read, right now: last night’s winners in the National Magazine Awards for feature writing, reporting, essays, multimedia and fiction (you don’t need us to remind you that there’s a lot to learn about … Read more