Bite-based Journalism

Swapan Dasgupta

There is always a gap between a ringside view of politics and the view from within the ring

Who’s Afraid of Facebook?

Every attempt to impose a moral code of conduct on social media smacks of moral dishonesty—and political desperation

A Poet’s Prose

Dom Moraes’ travelogue is delicious piece of literary journalism from the 1950s

Into the Wilderness

A master class in journalism by Jon Krakauer

Dom’s Descriptions

Literary journalism of a poet

Molly Crabapple: Drawing the Line

Artist and writer Molly Crabapple on the joys and heartaches of journalism in a post-truth world

Open Diary

The use and abuse of Twitter

Paul Salopek: ‘Walking turns the planet new again’

Paul Salopek is retracing on foot the route our ancestors took out of Africa. Nandini Nair meets up with the adventurist of slow journalism

The Power of Pursuit

Making a case for the Right to Information and the fight for accountable governance

Intimately Joan Didion

A documentary shows why her views on cultural and moral chaos hold valuable lessons even today


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