Soft Punk
A Time Called Hope
Jason Stavers
Literary Reportage 2020
The Nation
When We Don’t Say Their Names, We Deny Them Justice
Shirley Nwangwa
Literary Reportage 2018
Teach the People: A Podcast About Education Today
How To Be An Antiracist Parent
D.J. Cashmere
Literary Reportage 2019
The Guardian
‘People fear what they don’t know’: the battle over ‘wet’ markets, a vital part of culinary culture
Kimon de Greef
Literary Reportage 2021
Hakai Magazine
South Africa’s Abalone Black Market Is Being Squeezed by COVID-19
Kimon de Greef
Literary Reportage 2021
The New York Times
How to Let Your Children Be Upset
D.J. Cashmere
Literary Reportage 2019
Teach the People: A Podcast About Education Today
Teach the People: A Podcast About Education Today
D.J. Cashmere
Literary Reportage 2019
The Atlantic
I Was Depressed Before All of This. Now What?
Elizabeth Flock
Literary Reportage 2015
Sojourners
Spiritual Care at the Front Lines of the Pandemic
Jenna Barnett
Literary Reportage 2021
The New York Times
Fertility Clinics Stay Open Despite Unclear Guidelines
Natalie Lampert
Literary Reportage 2016
Pandemic Economics (Podcast)
Pandemic Economics
Ellen Horne (executive producer), Kaitlyn Nicholas, Literary Reportage 2020 (producer)
Literary Reportage 2020
Bedford + Bowery
After Drawing Crowds, a Live Dating Show Is Forced to Get a Room
Meghan Gunn
Literary Reportage 2021
Off Assignment (the detour is in the story)
To the Swimmer in the Borneo Rainforest
Meghan Gunn
Literary Reportage 2021
The Hechinger Report
‘Everything they need’: A school transformed from one of New York City’s worst to one of its best; then coronavirus shut its doors
D.J. Cashmere
Literary Reportage 2019
The Nation
The ‘Black Vote’ Narrative Is a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
Shirley Nwangwa
Literary Reportage 2018
Podcast - Climate 2020
Climate Change and the Case for Bernie
Ben Brandstein
Literary Reportage 2020
Bedford + Bowery
After 56 Years, an Iconic Brooklyn Pool Hall Takes Its Cue and Closes
Kimon de Greef
Literary Reportage 2021
Yes! Magazine
Truth and Reconciliation for Lynching Victims and Their Families
D.J. Cashmere
Literary Reportage 2019
Guernica
Can’t Win
Andres Begue
Literary Reportage 2019
Bedford + Bowery
The Wildlife Trade Goes Far Beyond China, Many New Yorkers Know
Kimon de Greef
Literary Reportage 2021
Podcast - Climate 2020
Why BlackRock’s Climate Shift Is A Big Deal
Ben Brandstein
Literary Reportage 2020
The New Yorker
How Far Can Abused Women Go to Protect Themselves?
Elizabeth Flock
Literary Reportage 2015
The Nation
How Supportive of a Democratic Iraq Can We Claim to Be Now?
Jerad Alexander
Literary Reportage 2019
Teen Vogue
The Future of the News Industry, According to Student Journalists
Rainesford Stauffer
Literary Reportage 2019