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Anthology Puts the 'I' in Journalism

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Anthology Puts the 'I' in Journalism

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Journalists are more likely to acknowledge their personal thoughts and feelings about a story than they were a few decades ago. In his new book, Walt Harrington collects highlights from recent first-person reporting.

Guests:

Walt Harrington, author of The Beholder's Eye: A Collection of America's Finest Personal Journalism

Mary Kay Blakely, author of the essay To Seem or Not To Seem, in Harrington's collection