Brendan Meyer chases the story of Thomas Gobbles, an infamous turkey who stalked the streets of Casper, Wyoming. Writing features for the Casper Star Tribune was Meyer's first job out of college. He is now a feature writer for The Dallas Morning News.

Just in time for the weekend, here’s a little list of some of the things I’ve been listening to and reading this week, some of it online — Storyboard included, natch — and some of it on vinyl or actual ink and paper. Two of my biggest loves are narrative… Read More

Just in time for the weekend, here’s a little list of some of the things I’ve been listening to and reading this week, some of it online — Storyboard included, natch — and some of it on vinyl or actual ink and paper. Two of my biggest loves are narrative… Read More

Just in time for the weekend, here’s a little list of some of the things I’ve been listening to and reading this week, some of it online — Storyboard included, natch — and some of it on vinyl actual ink and paper. Two of my biggest loves are narrative journalism… Read More

Just in time for the weekend, here’s a little list of some of the things I’ve been listening to and reading this week, some of it online — Storyboard included, natch — and some of it on vinyl actual ink and paper. Two of my biggest loves are narrative journalism… Read More

“The best way to tell stories in this world, where so much information is coming at us, actually is video. It conveys so much more information in a much quicker period. So actually the trend helps us to digest much more information.” — Nicola Mendelsohn, Facebook vice president for Europe,… Read More

When I was the Column One editor at the L.A. Times, I used to do a weekly note to readers that really made me feel connected to them. I met the coolest people through it, including a fabulous 80-year-old jazz singer who lived in a cabin in Laurel Canyon in… Read More

So I just spent more than an hour trying to track down the best magazine articles about the great Muhammad Ali, only to find that the nice people over at Esquire magazine had already done it for me. Granted, they’re all from Esquire, but that’s not a bad place… Read More

Kari Howard I’m Kari Howard, the new editor of Storyboard, and I’m writing to you from a Maine farmhouse, where possibly the biggest lilac bush in Waldo County is in full bloom. In the space of just two weeks, I’ve watched the buds go from deep purple to… Read More

Josh Roiland Nobody’s really happy with the term “literary journalism.” But we need to learn to love it, says Josh Roiland, assistant professor of communication and journalism at the University of Maine, and a Storyboard contributor. Roiland published By Any Other Name: The… Read More

In a lively evening of storytelling at historic Faneuil Hall on Oct. 6, the Nieman Foundation hosted “Made in Boston: Stories of Invention and Innovation,” one of the inaugural HUBweek events in Boston centered around… Read more

Since it debuted in 1933, Esquire has helped launch and promote the careers of dozens of renowned writers, from Raymond Carver and Richard Ford to Cynthia Ozick and Elizabeth Gilbert. Under the leadership of Harold Hayes and fiction editor Gordon Lish, nicknamed “Captain Fiction,” in the 1960s and 1970s, the… Read More