Exploring the art and craft of story
March 27, 2020
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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"
The Power of Storytelling: How the Financial Times is revolutionizing the shape of hard-facts reporting to counter mistrust and foster empathy
The Power of Storytelling: Longform podcaster Max Linsky's five rules for getting people to open up on air
Top winners from Russia, U.S., China; a foundation created by independent Swiss journalists seeks to "broaden the predominantly Western view"
Verdicts in the case of a deadly fire at an artists' warehouse provide no clear answers, but prompt another look at an annotated profile of the accused
Notes from The Mayborn: A first-timer finds comfort and good advice
Notes from The Mayborn: Pamela Colloff on how to walk the careful line between journalistic revelation and dramatic exploitation