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Author: Aly Colón; American Society of Newspaper Editors.; Poynter Institute for Media Studies.; CQ Press.
Publisher: St. Petersburg, Fla. : Poynter Institute for Media Studies ; Washington, D.C. : CQ Press, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aly Colón; American Society of Newspaper Editors.; Poynter Institute for Media Studies.; CQ Press.
ISBN: 0872892964 9780872892965
OCLC Number: 123191142
Notes: "Suggested readings", p. [485]-489.
Description: xxx, 489 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Writing on deadline. Train derailment, Los Angeles Times: "Chain-reaction crash kills 11," / David Pierson and Mitchell Landsberg --
"A troubled past, a startling action," / Richard Winton and Jill Leovy --
"Survival a matter of change," / Erika Hayasaki and Megan Garvey --
Death Penalty, John Simerman, Contra Costa (Calif.) Times: "Watching Williams die" --
Church shooting, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "Quiet man gave no hint of violence," / Rick Romell --
Overweight trucker, Anne Saker, the Oregonian: " Overweight trucker tests tipping point for scales of justice" --
pt. 2. Narrative writing. Fallen soldier, Jim Sheeler, Rocky Mountain News: "Final salute" --
Broadway bound, Lane DeGregory, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times: " Broadway calls" --
"Goodbye, Mom" --
"Turning into Tracy" --
"Are you happy, honey?" --
"Waiting in the wings" --
"Showtime" --
Profile, Mark Leibovich, The Washington Post: "Pressure cooker" --
Narrative strategies / Thomas French --
pt. 3. Diversity writing. Immigrant communities, Phuong Ly, The Washington Post: "A wrenching choice" --
"30 years later, immigrants shed Vietnam War's burdens" --
"Setting the stage" --
"Vietnam buffs bring jungle to Va." --
"Washing their hands of the last frontier" --
Racism, Don Aucoin, The Boston Globe: "The discomfort zone" --
Interracial friendship, Steve Young, (Sioux Falls, S.D.) Argus Leader: "Will we ever get along?" --
pt. 4. Commentary / Column writing. Nicholas D. Kristof, The New York Times. "When rapists walk free" --
"A policy of rape" --
"Mr. Bush, this is pro-life?" --
"Never again, again? --
"What's to be done about Darfur? Plenty" --
X-ray reading / Roy Peter Clark: "When rapists walk free" --
Helen Ubiñas, Hartford (Conn.) Courant: "Cowards: Look into the eyes of yet another life you've erased." pt. 5. Editorial writing. Mike Trimble, Denton (Texas) Record-Chronicle: "Big brother moves in just down the street" --
"The Governor closes the borders" --
"Bye bye, American Pie; Hello whipped topping" --
"Ernest Wayne Dallas Jr.: Two pictures, one life" --
"The Manchurian televangelist" --
X-ray reading / Roy Peter Clark; "Bye, bye, American Pie" --
Rick Attig, The Oregonian: "Long hallways, hard steps" --
Susan Trausch, The Boston Globe: "From time to time" --
pt. 6. Watchdog reporting. Wrongful conviction? The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer: "A cold-blooded liar"; "A mysterious murder suspect emerges, then disappears"; "Cop, criminal square off in jailhouse duel" / Bob Paynter --
"Painter: Give me polygraph in Spirko case"; Taft must decide if doubts justify reprieve for Spirko" / Bob Paynter and Sandra Livingston --
Professional conservators, Los Angeles Times: "When a family matter turns into a business" / Robin Fields, Evelyn Larrubia and Jack Leonard --
Disability Fund, The Oregonian: "Flawed disability fund is a costly crutch for the city" / Maxine Bernstein and Brent Walth --
pt. 7. Hurricane Katrina coverage. How they did it by Butch Ward; Katrina arrives; Natalie Pompilio, the Philadelphia Inquirer: "Thousands still have not been heard from" --
"Signs of desperation grip a city of despair" --
"On the scene: Ex-resident 'Watched New Orleans die'" --
X-ray reading / Roy Peter Clark; "On the scene" --
(Biloxi, Miss.) Sun Herald: "'Our tsunami'" / Anita Lee [and others] --
"It could have all gone wrong" / Don Hammack --
"Short trip outside an eye-opener" / Joshua Norman and Mike Keller --
The aftermath. Chris Rose, The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune: "Are you nuts?" --
"1 dead in attic" --
"Can we live upstairs, too?" --
X-ray reading / Roy Peter Clark; "1 dead in attic" --
Terri Troncale, The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune: "It's time for a nation to return the favor" --
"Guarding the borders" --
"Out with the old, in with the new" --
pt. 8. Community service photojournalism. Todd Heisler, Rocky Mountain News: About "Final salute" --
Bruce Ely, The Oregonian: About "Sidelines" --
Mike Siegel, The Seattle Times: About "What's best for Baby M?" --
Brian Vander Brug, Los Angeles Times: About "Southeast Homicide."
Other Titles: Best newspaper writing :
Stories, photos, interviews and tips
ASNE winners and finalists
Responsibility: edited by Aly Colón.

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