The Art and Craft of Feature Writing: Based on the Wall Street Journal Guide

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New American Library, 1988 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 259 pages
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William E. Blundell, one of the best writers on one of America's best-written papers-The Wall Street Journal-has put his famous Journal Feature-Writing Seminars into this step-by-step guide for turning out great articles. Filled with expert instruction on a complex art, it provides beginners with a systematic approach to feature writing and deftly teaches old pros some new tricks. Book jacket.

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The Big Hike didn't produce the Big Epiphany I was hoping for, but I did come to realize that I wanted writing to play a larger role in my life than it had previously. To explore some of these ... Read full review

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A capable introduction to journalistic feature writing, with good advice for newspaper writers who are just getting into the field. Read full review

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Shaping Ideas
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Story Dimensions
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