Newswomen: Twenty-Five Years of Front-Page Journalism

NEWSWOMEN TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF FRONT PAGE JOURNALISM is an anthology of stellar work by 17 seventeen great female literary and investigative reporters whose newspaper writing has garnered awards over the past quarter century Each chapter features a bio, a selected story, and an author s afterwords prepared especially for this book.A large percentage of college and graduaNEWSWOMEN TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF FRONT PAGE JOURNALISM is an anthology of stellar work by 17 seventeen great female literary and investigative reporters whose newspaper writing has garnered awards over the past quarter century Each chapter features a bio, a selected story, and an author s afterwords prepared especially for this book.A large percentage of college and graduate school journalism students are women Yet textbooks and resource material available is decidedly male centric Working together with the staff of The Riveter, a magazine and website dedicated to long form nonfiction written by women, The Sager Group has responded to a demand for affordable, female centric textbooks and anthologies Two anthologies of literary long form writing are upcomingWSWOMEN TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF FRONT PAGE JOURNALISM includes the work of women journalists who wrote for top newspapers and alternative weeklies during the golden age of newsprint journalism Featured are Edna Buchanan, Christine Brennan, Jacqui Banaszynski, Deborah Blum, Teresa Carpenter, Athelia Knight, Corinne Reilly, Lane DeGregory, Diana Henriques, Andrea Elliott, Amy Harmon, Julia Keller, Dana Priest, Anne Hull, Loretta Tofani, Christine Pelisek, and Eileen Welsome.
Newswomen Twenty Five Years of Front Page Journalism NEWSWOMEN TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF FRONT PAGE JOURNALISM is an anthology of stellar work by seventeen great female literary and investigative reporters whose newspaper writing has garnered awards over

  • Title: Newswomen: Twenty-Five Years of Front-Page Journalism
  • Author: Joyce Hoffmann
  • ISBN: 9780986267949
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Newswomen: Twenty-Five Years of Front-Page Journalism”

    1. Some great journalism by some great women. Some of it dates a bit but I still found it fascinating and relevant to hear about race in Miami in 1980. Now I’d love to see a similar anthology of just the last 5 or 10 years. A lot of the women here built a career in a very different time for newspapers and it’s frustrating to see these paths that seem completely closed to our generation, not because of discrimination but because of economics. It’d be encouraging to hear of women in their 20s, [...]

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