Media Debate

Trump Is Our Fault, Too

Sep 18, 2017

TW Column by Steven Lewis

We were so blind that, in the name of righteousness, we committed our own ethical and moral atrocities.

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Agreeing with the Other Side Can Be Revolutionary

Sep 13, 2017

Essay by Phoebe Farag Mikhail

No political group fully represents my views. I’m a bridge person.

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Free Speech and Grassroots Writing

Feb 06, 2017

TW Column by Martha Nichols

I sometimes forget that the most effective creative writing has nothing to do with schooling or publishing.

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Dear Tim Cook, CEO of Apple

Oct 10, 2016

An Open Letter by David Biddle

E-book apps in 2016 should be as revolutionary as word processors were back in the 1980s.

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Dear Rupert Murdoch (and Mark Zuckerberg)

Sep 19, 2016

Open Letter by Jeremiah Horrigan

As I’ve learned the hard way, Mr. Murdoch, you weren’t the worst thing to happen to me or journalism.

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Dear Edward Snowden

Sep 12, 2016

Open Letter by J.p. Lawrence

I don’t know if I would have done what you did under the same circumstances.

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Dear Gretchen Carlson, Formerly of Fox News

Sep 05, 2016

Open Letter by Martha Nichols

When I read liberal commenters damning you with faint praise, I see ugly attitudes about women exposed.

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How I Became a First-Person Journalist

Mar 21, 2016

TW Column by Martha Nichols

In literary circles, nonfiction writing is often called everything but journalism.

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Sex and the Young Reader

Oct 26, 2015

Theme Essay by Karen J. Ohlson

Should parents ever censor what their kids read?

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A Golden Age for Young Adult Books

Sep 21, 2015

Theme Essay by Stephen Roxburgh

It’s no surprise to me that YA readers still prefer print.

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