This week, we’re sharing stories from Caitlin L. Chandler, Kelan Lyons, Daniel Loedel, John Colapinto, and Shay Castle.
Caitlin L. Chandler | Columbia Journalism Review | January 19, 2021 | 25 minutes (6,432 words)
“How an HIV specialist in Germany is using media law to erase reporting of sexual abuse allegations against him.”
2. After killing his cousin, Clyde Meikle found purpose in prison through service. Now he’s asking to go home.
Kelan Lyons | Connecticut Mirror | January 16, 2021 | 20 minutes (5,342 words)
Incarceration led to a rebirth for Clyde Meikle.
Daniel Loedel | The Atlantic | January 17, 2021 | 14 minutes (3,508 words)
“A casualty of Argentina’s so-called Dirty War, Isabel haunted my childhood like a ghost. Then I started searching for her.”
John Colapinto | The Guardian | January 19, 2021 | 18 minutes (4,655 words)
“I had always known that the voice is a kind of aural fingerprint, something unique to every individual and from which listeners draw strong inferences. But in “speaking around” that injury, I was apparently projecting a new personality into the world: a more monotone, less enthusiastic, less engaged personality.”
Shay Castle | Boulder Beat | January 2, 2021 | 14 minutes (3,688 words)
“The other thing people say when a pet dies is, ‘She had a good life.’ But did she?” Shay Castle pens a moving obituary for her dog, Sydney.