The Open Notebook started out as a little side project for us, back in the summer of 2010—a way for us to sharpen our own skills by studying how the writers we admire get the […]
Archive for June, 2012
TON visits the Somerville, Massachusetts home office and local haunts of Cynthia Graber, a radio and print reporter whose work has appeared on Scientific American’s podcast and on the public radio shows Studio 360, The World, Living on Earth, and the World Vision Report; and in many print publications.
For many people in the developing world who are mentally ill, psychiatric care is little more than a prison sentence. In one corner of Indonesia, that’s beginning to change, thanks in part to the 2004 […]
I don’t really know how to take good research notes. I read and mark up papers, then end up just hoping some portion of what I’ve read will influence how I concoct my story. What do other people do to organize what they’ve read into something useful for planning and writing a story?