Exploring the art and craft of story
Roy Peter Clark
January 14, 2021
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Criss-cross bicycle trips through Kazakhstan by riders with palindromic names led to a story with a palindromic structure and palindromic word play
Peter Hermann and Clarence Williams of The Washington Post, in a story about the spike in gun violence in Washington D.C.
The Pivot: Novice podcaster Isabelle Roughol on the love of journalism that "lets you enter infinite worlds"
BBC news presenter Jackie Leonard talks about what it takes to create an engaging podcast out of global news
Steven Ginsberg, national editor at The Washington Post, grounded a sensitive project with this question: "Are we qualified to do this story?"
A Washington Post series examined facets of systemic racism, and revealed aspects of Floyd's life story that raise deeper societal questions
In story pitches, first impressions count
National Sports Media Hall of Famer Dave Kindred's posts about visits to his ailing wife, his late grandson and life during COVID hit a chord with readers
Schmoozing with 2012 Pulitzer winner Mary Schmich of the Chicago Tribune on interviewing sensitive subjects, sharing her life, and aging
Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin
How evocative imagery and telling details paint a portrait of a singular landscape that holds universal emotions and memories
Ten-plus years reporting from China has taught Sui-Lee Wee to work around obstacles and lean on the local press for help