“What I am at my core is a journalist and a reporter, and I’ve always been drawn to stories that require a lot of reporting and research.”
If it’s news to you and interesting to a dentist in Akron, Barry Newman says it’s a story.
“Book editors expect you to dance a little bit. They expect you to climb the darkest side of the mountain at midnight.”
Editor James Bennet came from an unconventional magazine background. No wonder he shook up the mix at The Atlantic.
Writer and editor Molly Birnbaum lost her sense of smell but found her sense of place.
Ruth Reichl’s memoirs read like narrative fiction. Now her first novel is on the way.
Newspaper man Sam Quinones explores the labyrinthine twists and turns of extended storytelling.
A reporter returns to her first love, and finds she can explore her journalistic obsessions.
Nina Burleigh’s NYT investigative murder story reads like fiction. But it isn’t.
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