Exploring the art and craft of story
June 11, 2021
June 9, 2021
"Reader, I should confess that I wanted to write the story."
ProPublica collected banned videos of the insurrection from Parler posts to archive that historic day
Writing master Roy Peter Clark reflects on the power of words in politics, and how they mirror the times we live in
Criss-cross bicycle trips through Kazakhstan by riders with palindromic names led to a story with a palindromic structure and palindromic word play
How evocative imagery and telling details paint a portrait of a singular landscape that holds universal emotions and memories
GQ features editor Daniel Riley went back to full-time writing, drawing on what he learned as an editor
Narrative master Dan Barry of The New York Times draws on five universal techniques to write about his family's decision in the time of coronavirus
A letter from Roy Peter Clark to the class of 2020 says coronavirus can remind us of "one of the greatest gifts of all: A great story"
A science journalist kept looking for the right way to write about the emotion of climate change, and found it in the portrait of an Oregon artist
These four pieces took different paths, each offering its own moments of elegance on elegance
Letters to Santa, seen through the eyes of a veteran journalist, reveal the wonders and worries of childhood
A Reuters narrative project takes readers to a weekend with cloudspotters on a wild British island to see climate change with new eyes