Exploring the art and craft of story
July 17, 2019
July 10, 2019
July 9, 2019
Michael Paterniti meditates on hitting the road as a way to discover the wonders of the world, and the intimacies and risks of human connections
Bryan Denson recast decades as a newspaper reporter into a top-selling spy biography, and now a series on the FBI for young readers
Veteran sports reporter Jere Longman of The New York Times travels the globe to to write about the people and passion behind the games
A conversation with David Margolick, who takes a deep dive into a NIMBY story playing out in his Upper West Side neighborhood
An iconic photo from the 1968 Tet Offensive is revisited, raising questions about memory, identity, and and how we honor those who served
Q&A with Washington Post writer Dan Zak about his daring and emotional query about climate change, and finding some calm in the controversy
A writer profiles Alabama's new memorial to slavery through the eyes of slavery's descendants — connecting then and now, "us and them"
How Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian turned 544 days in an Iranian prison into a story about love, journalism and a broken homeland
Conversation with Tyrone Beason: How a Seattle Times reporter chronicled his relationship with the streets, and learned to tell a story with his phone
A conversation with Corina Knoll of The Los Angeles Times: She broke with convention and just wrote it "how I felt it should be told"
A writer who tells intimate stories of others turns his notebook on himself in a searing memoir that undresses his own and America's obesity
What's in a verb? That depends on whether he said or she said