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Roy Wenzl on abuse narratives and victims’ voices: “With a story like this, you just need to say what happened”

We talked last week with Roy Wenzl, who wrote “Promise Not To Tell,” our last Notable Narrative for 2010. A reporter with The Wichita Eagle, Wenzl has a few other Notable Narratives under his belt, along with awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors. His latest [...]

What we’re reading, second edition: in which we offer soccer balls, the Book of Revelation and a visit to the Khyber Pass

In our new installment of written work worth checking out, we encourage you to think about the history of the soccer ball, the awesomeness that was the 1975 Cincinnati Reds, the expanding ramifications of the oil disaster in the Gulf, the many things we receive from our parents, and one former Marine’s problem with the [...]

The Wichita Eagle uses narrative to connect to local, larger audience

This weekend, The Wichita Eagle started an interesting storytelling experiment. Well, actually the experiment started a few weeks ago, when they posted a trailer for an upcoming narrative project on Kansas.com. Book trailers (like this one, for a work of fiction) are getting more and more popular, and last year, the Los Angeles Times ran a trailer [...]