Participatory reporting : sending myself to prison
Not always being there
Reporting across cultures
Reporting on your own
Field notes to full draft
Doing enough reporting?
From story idea to published story
(Narrative) J school for people who never went
The ladder of abstraction
Every profile is an epic story
The limits of profiles
Travel writing : inner and outer journeys
The personal essay and the first-person character
First personal singular : sometimes, it is about you
Columns : intimate public conversations
Writing about history
Adventures in history Melissa
Narrative investigative writing
Public radio : community storytelling
What narrative writers can learn from screenwriters
To begin the beginning
Hearing our subjects' voices : quotes and dialogue
Hearing our subjects' voices : keeping it real and true
A story structure
Summary versus dramatic narrative
Weaving story and idea
A reconstructed scene
Setting the scene
Sequencing : text as line
Writing complicated stories
How I get to the point
The emotional core of the story
Telling the story, telling the truth
The line between fact and fiction
Toward an ethical code for narrative journalists
Playing fair with subjects
Truth and consequences
Dealing with danger : protecting your subject and your story
A dilemma of immersion journalism
Ethics in personal writing
Taking liberties : the ethics of the truth
The ethics of attribution
What about endnotes?
A writer and editor talk shop
Revising - over and over again
Transforming one hundred notebooks into thirty-five thousand words
How to come lip short
Narrative in four boxes
Care and feeding of editors and writers
Beginning in narrative
A brief history of narrative in newspaper
Nurturing narrative in the newsroom
A storyteller's Lexicon
Narrative as a daily habit
Building a narrative team
Two visions, one series : a writer and an editor talk about what they do
Photographer as narrative storyteller
Subversive storytellers : starting a narrative group
Making it as a freelancer
Not stopping : time management for writers
Lessons from the jury box
Working with an agent Melissa
What makes a good book?
From book idea to book contract
Your book and the marketplace
Crossing over : from advocacy to narrative
A passion for writing
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