Exploring the art and craft of story
Bonnie Miller Rubin
September 23, 2020
September 22, 2020
September 17, 2020
"... remember this: life is a mystery to be lived; not a problem to be solved."
An award-winning journalist honors the teacher who helped shape him: Ed Lambeth, 1932-2020
Each year, the bar on aspirational journalism is pushed higher, evident in daily dedication to the mission of public service
The pandemic-related shutdown of habitual writing refuges and routines have left writers cobbling new options
History repeats as the coronavirus gets framed in stories that scapegoat
A music lover and writer honors a songwriter who was, at heart, a reporter
A journalist and teacher draws on research that shows stories give us an evolutionary edge — and passes out bags of rice to other storytellers
"Science Storytellers" uses reporters' notebooks as a bridge between childhood curiosity and scientific expertise
"The Craft of Science Writing" collects more than 30 pieces from the how-to website "The Open Notebook"
She captures the emotional rise and fall of America's "temple to journalism"
The Power of Storytelling: A journalist and novelist with a painful legacy picks up threads of the family story she's never known how to write
Podcaster and journalist Evan Ratliff, author of "The Mastermind," on why he is drawn to stories of the "bad guys"