Exploring the art and craft of story
April 20, 2021
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Jose A. Del Real of The Washington Post uses phone, email and texts to profile a family torn apart by conflicting beliefs in "facts"
"My mission is to make people as excited to understand (housing) as I am," says freelance writer Francesca Mari
A California Sunday Magazine profile of a woman with dementia is included in Engelhart's new book on right-to-die issues
Trevor Hughes of USA Today worked his way from the outside-in to write about a rural community besieged by COVID
Ferris Jabr follows a forest ecologist into the woods to listen to the conversations that happen above and below ground
Zooming in on a hard-hit corner of multi-cultural Queens, Dan Barry, Annie Correal and a New York Times team dared to get close and gain trust
A Washington Post series examined facets of systemic racism, and revealed aspects of Floyd's life story that raise deeper societal questions
"Don't start from the grant; start from the story," says reporter Ylenia Gostoli
A Washington Post team went back to Kenosha, Wisconsin, and found a story that defied easy narratives and cardboard characters
Katie Engelhart on the reality of nursing homes and the undercovered issue of elder care in America: "We all think we won't end up in a nursing home."
The entire reporting staff of the Salem Reporter worked together to deliver a fast-turn and gripping 4,500-word narrative on a deadly Oregon fire
An investigative series exposed the entrenched practice of exploiting care workers for profit, giving silenced and underpaid caregivers a voice