Exploring the art and craft of story
August 18, 2022
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Katia Savchuk spent a year pre-reporting before she pitched The Atavist on a nuanced story of crime and mental illness
'Celebrity" weather scientist Cliff Mass of the University of Washington has drawn fans and detractors with his blog, book and podcast
A newcomer to the Los Angeles Times pings off an obscure anniversary to retell the story of an unlikely celebrity
Author, essayist and lecturer Andrew Solomon weaves statistics and personal pain to explores the toll that depression takes on young children
Fired from the Kyiv Post over editorial independence, Brian Bonner now is an editor without a newsroom: "Part of me feels like an amputee."
The Pivot: Neither the pandemic nor uncertainty blocked Morris' launch of a start-up devoted to public health reporting
When Lt. Tim Cotton took over the Bangor, Maine, Police Department’s Facebook page, he made it into a social media sensation
The NPR reporter honored his "no-knock" rule to find personal stories about the loss of a wildlands firefighting crew
Jessica Contrera of The Washington Post revealed the numerous victims of a viral internet thread, from a retailer to a 13-year-old girl
The former CNN reporter returned to Haiti several times to follow a young woman who had been trapped in the rubble
Ravitz made time and space for a daughter and son to talk about their father's death in hopes of helping others
Sutter spent a year following victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico for CNN, and gained insights about taking care of story subjects and himself.