Exploring the art and craft of story
March 27, 2020
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Washington Post sports columnist Sally Jenkins is fierce in her support of striving athletes: "I make my living off their sweat."
A science journalist kept looking for the right way to write about the emotion of climate change, and found it in the portrait of an Oregon artist
Singapore-based freelancer Megan Stack uses journaling, texts and personal experience in a New Yorker essay about our collective social anxiety
Writing scholar Roy Peter Clark focuses his lens on "double vision" reading, and offers lessons for how writing can support that
A journalist and teacher draws on research that shows stories give us an evolutionary edge — and passes out bags of rice to other storytellers
When you're in the middle of a news story, you read the coverage differently
"Science Storytellers" uses reporters' notebooks as a bridge between childhood curiosity and scientific expertise
A veteran journalist discovers the role of story in America's prison system — and "human resilience and grace in the face of adversity"
Writing guru Roy Peter Clark shows how a single, long sentence reveals the power of an overlooked writing tool: the placement of the main clause
"The Craft of Science Writing" collects more than 30 pieces from the how-to website "The Open Notebook"
Dan Zak of the Washington Post in a story about the 2020 Iowa caucuses
Shop Class: A Valentine's Day special on putting emotion into your stories