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Jeff Sharlet/ C Street: The Fundamentalist Threat to American Democracy Pt. 4

Jeff Sharlet is an American journalist and author best known for writing about religious subcultures in the United States. He is the author of "The Family: The ...


History & Conspiracy: Arms Dealing, Covert Action, and Assassination (1996)

The Last Thing He Wanted is a novel by Joan Didion. It was published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1996. The story centers around Elena McMahon, a reporter for the ...


Survival Narratives

The TV show "I Shouldnt Be Alive" is told in alternating narrative threads, three, that are strung together like the weave in fabric. Add an element of coincidence ...


Subjective Nonfiction

Modern-day nonfiction: Pragmatism not Journalism -- the truth is the truth "as I see it" -- subjective remnant of objective reality.


4221: 6.1 What is Multimedia?



Ryszard Kapuściński: Where does journalism end and literature begin?

19/09/12 Voted journalist of the century in his native Poland Ryszard Kapuściński is renowned across the globe for his coverage of the developing world during ...


2014 Punahou Damon Speech Contest Winners (Punavision - April 2014)

Every March, Punahou students in the 7th and 8th grades compete in the Damon Speech Contest, a public speaking competition that has taken place since ...


Science Fiction Literature — 10 The Computer Revolution Cyberpunk and the 1980s {audiobook}



Intro to Showing vs. Telling

A brief introduction to showing vs. telling in creative writing.


Inside Creative Writing: Episode 6

Watch a Pulitzer Prize-winning fiction writer create a short story in real time, from first inspiration through all the bad sentences and wrong turns to final, polished ...

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