Exploring the art and craft of story
December 8, 2021
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Washington Post columnist Megan McArdle baked a humble dessert into a big idea
University of Montana journalist Jason Begay, of the Navajo Nation, talks to Washington Post journalist Dana Hedgpeth, of the Haliwa-Saponi tribe, about living with and correcting history
Peter Jamison of The Washington Post immerses into the emotional chasm of a family struggling with divergent views and a sudden death
An editor's questions led data reporter Greta Kaul of MinnPost to explore new territory in a much-covered event
Connecting the dots between current news, past events and future implications can help readers understand context and significance
A writer's 4-year-old offers a lesson in the essentials of effective narrative
Douglas Stuart, from his novel, "Shuggie Bain"
A local BuyNothing website becomes a sense of neighborhood connection
Pitching a story you want to pursue is not the time to hide your light under that proverbial bushel — or to sell what you can't deliver
John Woodrow Cox of The Washington Post talks to kids like an adult, sits on their bedroom floors, and doesn't push until they're OK with him
Ocean Vuong in his novel, "On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous"
An essayist ponders when to write black-and-white polemics that attract clicks, and when to be more considered