Monthly Archives: May 2013

The golden rule(s)for writers

This one’s for the journalists. While we’re on the topic of George Orwell and the book that my colleague so wisely lent me (and because I’ve been reading a lot of things lately that just aren’t quite up to some … Continue reading

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Reportage: Fleeing genital mutilation

This one is for the francophones. If you have time, please have a look at my final project for print journalism, a series of interviews with survivors of female genital mutilation and those who have helped them. Caution, strong women … Continue reading

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Saints and sinners, or, my hero’s life.

I just finished reading a biography of Ryszard Kapuscinski, by Artur Domoslawski, a Polish journalist. Having known next to nothing about Kapuscinski the human being except what he himself saw fit to reveal in his books (not that much) it … Continue reading

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Little sparkly things and bits of stone

Hello world, or at least, hello blog world. I sincerely apologize at what a long time it’s been. From my mother’s visit back at the end of March to my dreaded group presentation at the end of April, from my … Continue reading

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