Reflections on being a teacher-turned journalist.
LGBT coverage is becoming more nuanced, one group at a time. Next step: trans people
LGBT coverage is becoming more nuanced, one group at a time. Next step: trans people.
Is it time for magazines to restructure the front of book?
By Blair Mlotek and Viviane Fairbank The front of book (FOB) consists of the first few pages of a magazine, with smaller pieces and graphics meant to ease a reader in before the long features. FOBs may have been relevant once, but today, when shorter articles and listicles are the majority of content found online, they don’t add […]
First-person journalism can bring out the critics, but that hasn’t stopped online publications from using it as a powerful tool to connect with readers
Leigh Stein’s boyfriend Jason threw her against the refrigerator and didn’t believe she was hurt until she showed him the bruises. They had moved to New Mexico together so she could write her book while he worked—it was the most romantic plan she had ever heard. She recounted her relationship in a BuzzFeed story about […]