Literary Reportage student Sarah Stodder (Lit Rep ’17) wins NYU Threesis competition
Congratulations to Sarah Stodder, Lit Rep 2017
A conversation about the future of literary reportage with Roberto Herrscher
Jorge University, Zaragoza, Spain, June 2015
Congratulations to Natalie Lampert
Winner of the 2015 Postgraduate scholarship from the Kentucky Women Writers Conference.
Laura Smith, Literary Reportage
Kristian Jebsen, Magazine
Kristian Jebsen and Laura Smith, graduate students at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, are two of 12 journalism students and young journalists chosen by FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) to participate in a two-week program that will take place this summer in Germany and Poland.
Patrick Arden (Lit Rep ’09) has won the 2013 Richard J. Margolis Award.
The Banff Center Announces Fully Funded Fellowship
The Banff Centre for the Arts and the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute are pleased to announce a fully funded fellowship for students in, and alumni of, the Literary Reportage concentration. The fellowship offers an opportunity to develop a major essay, memoir, or feature piece during a month-long residency. Writers will work on their manuscript during weekly consultations with faculty editors, and round-table discussions with the other participants. By placing writers in a situation designed to challenge and stimulate their creativity, the program encourages the exploration of new ideas in journalism and experimentation with writing a piece that might otherwise be difficult to complete. The fellowship covers round trip airfare to Banff, and food and lodging during the month at the Banff Centre for the Arts.
“My time at the Banff Centre was incredible, and I feel remarkably lucky to have participated in the Literary Journalism Program. This fellowship provided me with the necessary structure, freedom, and support to create a piece that I might not have completed otherwise—in my case, a piece of challenging, personal writing. Besides room and board, the Centre gives each writer a private cabin in the forested Leighton Artists’ Colony, and plenty of time to write… I did not want to leave.”
– Cody Upton, recipient of the NYU/Banff Fellowship, Lit Rep ’13
Portfolio 2007 Alumna Sabine Heinlein wins the 2011 Richard J. Margolis award.
Lit Rep 2011 student Robert Moor wins Middlebury College Fellowship in Environmental Journalism.
The program supports intensive, year-long reporting about environmental issues. Moor’s project: Trails — topographical and cognitive — in contemporary society, human culture and the mind.