Friday Find: The Art of Long-Form Journalism

I’m so glad that The Writers’ Institute at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York records its events. That’s how I got to catch one of the events I wasn’t able to get to in person: a panel on “The Art of Long-Form Journalism,” introduced and moderated by Christopher Cox, senior editor at Harper’s and former fiction editor at The Paris Review. The featured guests include: Joan Acocella, Rivka Galchen, Alex Ross and David Samuels. Watching it is a pretty nice way to spend about 77 minutes. Maybe you’ll do so this weekend.

Enjoy. See you back here on Monday!

2 thoughts on “Friday Find: The Art of Long-Form Journalism

  1. Sands Hall says:

    Dear Erica! I’ve been prowling around your wonderful blogs and posts and essays. Particularly moved by your defense of the use of current events. What a scholarly and spirited and generous articulation of that necessity! And your very funny discussion of using foreign words in fiction. How would we write authentically about a dancer wishing luck to another on opening night without, for example, Merde! Thank you for all you do.

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      Sands, you are such a dear!

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