To do great writing, read great writing. Here’s some great writing I’ve been reading this week:
From journalism school on up we writers hear how important it is to learn new skills, including how to use the unique properties of the Internet to tell a story.
But how do you know a good online story from a bad one?
One way is to read the very best.
While the usual big-name media companies were represented, some of the top prizes went to rather obscure publishers, including the Jewish magazine Tablet, for podcasting, and Yale Environment 360 for Leveling Appalachia: The Legacy of Mountaintop Removal Mining – not the sexiest headline, but the piece is definitely worth checking out.
Read the entire list here.