If you read and write every day, what could go wrong? I’m guess you’ll be happy no matter.
The post about my five most popular posts of 2016 almost didn’t happen this year. That’s why I’m even happier than usual to share it with you.
How to prepare for and monitor for when tweets become news has been an important consideration since the election. This post contains an overview of an #EditorTherapy chat on the issue, including advice from and for student journalists.
No one will respect your writing time. You must guard it.
Perhaps we’re all just trying and failing to write?
Covering the 2016 presidential election was difficult for many journalists, including those working for student media. Here’s advice from a recent Editor Therapy on the topic.
Tragedies resonate with people for different reasons. Three journalists discuss their responses to covering the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.