Exploring the art and craft of story
October 21, 2021
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Pulitzer Prize winner Ed Yong of The Atlantic takes the same open approach with COVID scientists and frontline nurses
Jennifer Senior of The Atlantic goes on a quest to find what a friend lost to 9/11 left behind, and delivers a meditation on love and grief
Wall Street Journal sports reporter Ben Cohen found a surprising profile of an unlikely Olympian in previous notes, then used Zoom to bring it to life
The author, New Yorker writer and China veteran talks about the benefits of ‘longitudinal research’ and the imperative of international reporting
A former educational policy advisor turned questions about raising her daughter outside the city into a surprising portrait of rural America
Award-winning author Jessica Goudeau says journalists must expand their toolbox to write about the growing issues of displacement
Indonesia correspondent Anne Barker of the Australian Broadcasting Corp. delivers a mix of breaking news and more personal stories
The Washington Post's year-long "Voices from the Pandemic" series took hours of pre-reporting, patient listening and letting go of writerly control
Writing guru Roy Peter Clark analyzes an "astonishing lead," and unpacks the notions of objectivity and detachment in light of current events
The Pivot: Novice podcaster Isabelle Roughol on the love of journalism that "lets you enter infinite worlds"
BBC news presenter Jackie Leonard talks about what it takes to create an engaging podcast out of global news
Steven Ginsberg, national editor at The Washington Post, grounded a sensitive project with this question: "Are we qualified to do this story?"