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Sunday, March 25 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Writing While Reporting and Vice Versa

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After sticking to a subject for months, you can end up facing a mountain of documents and notebooks​​,​ or you can end up instead with a small pile of notes and documents, and with ​ big chunks of your story already written. Learn how Sonny Kleinfield, a reporter w​ith​ an organized mind, a singular voice—and illegible handwriting—has perfected this magic at The New York Times. 

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Sonny Kleinfield

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Sonny Kleinfield is a freelance writer, who worked for 40 years at The New York Times as a feature writer. Before that, he spent five years at The Wall Street Journal. He has written eight non-fiction books, and contributed stories to Harper’s, the Atlantic, Esquire, Rolling Stone and The New York Times Magazine. His article... Read More →
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Barry Newman

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Barry Newman went to work for the Wall Street Journal in 1970 after a few years as a copy boy and news clerk at the New York Times. In 43 years at the Journal, he wrote more than 400 features for the front page from more than 65 countries and most states in the USA. He won the Overseas Press... Read More →


Sunday March 25, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
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