The Nieman Narrative Digest (see links below) provides links to many excellent newspaper series that take advantage of the form.Among magazines, you can find excellent examples of narrative nonfiction in The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, Points of Entry, and River Teeth.(Nieman Storyboard on why the classic narrative nonfiction stories work) Excellent online examples of narrative journalism Accuracy, honesty, and truth in narrative nonfiction Characters in narrative nonfiction Narrative nonfiction goes under many names, including creative nonfiction, literary journalism, and fact-based storytelling.
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See An intimate new narrative conference, Cali style (Paige Williams, Nieman Storyboard, 6-6-14) Vanity Fairs Bryan Burrough on writing narrative: people are dying to put down your article .
(Andrea Pitzer's Nieman Storyboard report from Mayborn Conference, 8-6-10).
Andrea Pitzer's Nieman Storyboard report from the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.
Bowden is the author of Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War Narrative tips for nonfiction writers: more from the 2010 Mayborn Conference (Tom Huang, 7-28-10) Colin Harrison and Sam Gwynne on the editor-writer partnership, going deep and the difference between a subject and a story Boston University (BUniverse) talks on narrative nonfiction, many of them from the 2012 Narrative Arc conference (videotapes): 300 Little Words: How to Write Narrative Short and Good (Roy Peter Clark's talk, which starts at about minute 9 or 10) What It Takes: Getting Stories Told in the New World of Narrative Nonfiction (panelists Ken Auletta, Jill Abramson, Hampton Sides, Amanda Urban, and John Stauffer discuss what it takes to be a long-form narrative nonfiction writer in todays fast-evolving technological world) Clearing Space for the Agenda: Setting Narrative in Digital Journalism (Dean Sparkman) Jill Abramson: The Power of Narrative The Moth & Friends: The Rise of Stories Out Loud (Jay Allison, independent broadcast journalist, curator and producer of The Moth Radio Hour) Beyond the "Like" Button: Digitally Addictive Storytelling and the Brain (Amy OLeary, a news editor and multimedia producer for The New York Times) Reaching New Audiences with Digital Devices (Jill Abramson, Managing Editor for the New York Times) The Power of Narrative: The Rebirth of Storytelling (about storytelling in all kinds of media, on all kinds of platforms--held at Boston University).