Exploring the art and craft of story
May 26, 2020
Roy Peter Clark
May 20, 2020
May 19, 2020
A veteran foreign correspondent finds a hero tale in a tiny California town: "A story is a story no matter where it takes place."
Four months after acting on impulse, what has a non-journalist local hero learned about the romance and reality of journalism?
Award-winning freelancer and outdoorswoman Eva Holland weaves memoir and research in her debut book "Nerve"
Washington Post sports columnist Sally Jenkins is fierce in her support of striving athletes: "I make my living off their sweat."
A veteran journalist discovers the role of story in America's prison system — and "human resilience and grace in the face of adversity"
A reporter chronicles the shutdown of a factory and the closing of his newspaper, capturing a familiar “cycle of death and exodus”
Washington Post war correspondent Pam Constable about reporting, writing and surviving in the field
Venerable breaking news site Reuters ventures into narrative journalism with former L.A. Times and Storyboard editor Kari Howard at the helm
Two-time Pulitzer winner Gene Weingarten finds the beating heart at the center of his new book about one ordinary, extraordinary day
Shop Class: An author and meditation guide teaches writers how to get through the "bardo," or stuck places, with mindfulness practice
A native Alaskan returns home to his Tlingit community, which "Didn't Stand a Chance" against the opioid epidemic
A conversation with Los Angeles native and magazine journalist Mary Melton, who profiled a famous photographer in 36 exposures, as in a roll of film