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by Stephen G. Bloom


Inside the Writer's Mind propels readers into 30 very different stories, written for magazines, newspapers and the Internet. Among the stories Stephen G. Bloom dissects are profiles of accused murderers.

Inside the Writer's Mind propels readers into 30 very different stories, written for magazines, newspapers and the Internet.

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Inside the Writer's Mind: Writing Narrative Journalism, Stephen G. Bloom, Iowa State Press, 2002. The Swedish Wife in The Exquisite Corpse: A Journal of Letters and Life, 2003. Tears of Mermaids: The Secret Story of Pearls, Stephen G. Bloom, St. Martin's Press, 2009. School of Journalism & Mass Communication. The University of Iowa. Retrieved 19 April 2016. Bloom dissects are profiles of accused murderers, a Little League umpire, a husband and wife who sign a suicide pact, a world-famous Brazilian plastic surgeon, and a notorious abortionist. Bloom writes about his job canning fruit cocktail, a disaster of a Caribbean cruise vacation, a lethal family of professional wrestlers, and an afternoon spent with Dr. Ruth.

Bloom has also written a number of short stories, and co-written a play called "Shoedog" "Inside the Writer's Mind: Writing Narrative Journalism", Stephen G. Bloom, Iowa State Press, 2002

Bloom has also written a number of short stories, and co-written a play called "Shoedog". He wrote the book "", a look at a Chabad hasidic community that moved into a small Midwestern town. His book was heavily criticized in Jewish religious circles as having an anti religious bias. Inside the Writer's Mind: Writing Narrative Journalism", Stephen G. "The Swedish Wife" in "The Exquisite Corpse: A Journal of Letters and Life", 2003.

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Stephen G. Bloom teaches journalism at the University of Iowa. He has been a reporter for the Los Angeles Times, The Dallas Morning News, The Sacramento Bee, and San Jose Mercury News. He is the author of Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America, published in 2000 by Harcourt, and Inside the Writer’s Mind: Writing Narrative Journalism, released in 2002 by Blackwell Publishing. Sorry, no results for Stephen G. Bloom on Nieman Foundation but check for results from other Nieman sites at left. Bloom is professor of journalism and mass communication at the University of Iowa and author of Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America and Inside the Writer’s Mind: Writing Narrative Journalism. Be the first to know. Get our free daily newsletter. Inside Higher Ed Careers. Bloom, the Bessie Dutton Murray Professor of Journalism at the University of Iowa, is the author of Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America, Inside the Writer's Mind, and The Oxford Project (with Peter Feldstein)

Stephen G. Bloom, the Bessie Dutton Murray Professor of Journalism at the University of Iowa, is the author of Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America, Inside the Writer's Mind, and The Oxford Project (with Peter Feldstein). For more than 20 years, Bloom was an award-winning reporter for The Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, and San Jose Mercury News. He lives in Iowa City, Iowa. MACMILLAN NEWSLETTER.

Inside the Writer's Mind propels readers into 30 very different stories, written for magazines, newspapers and the Internet. Among the stories Stephen G. Bloom dissects are profiles of accused murderers, a Little League umpire, a husband and wife who sign a suicide pact, a world-famous Brazilian plastic surgeon, and a notorious abortionist. Bloom writes about his job canning fruit cocktail, a disaster of a Caribbean cruise vacation, a lethal family of professional wrestlers, and an afternoon spent with Dr. Ruth.
Kare
Fascinating book. The author has a graceful, hypnotic writing style, and can make an interesting story out of anything.
Shou
I bought this book on recommendation (thanks a lot, Bob). This is not the book you want to buy if you've already had success in journalism (I'm a freelance magazine and newspaper writer).

I found most of the examples to be what I had already learned in school and just by taking various workshops. A lot of his samples are "duh" to those of us who are looking to deepen our writing skills.
Welen
An exceptionally enjoyable read. I am not a writer of any kind, but the essays and stories contained within this book are highly entertaining and literate. I am aware that this book is used as a textbook; but I believe the book stands well on its own as recreational reading. The author and I share some obscure history, so at least one of the stories had a particular personal appeal to me.

One of the stories within the book, a narrative of the author's father's shoe retailing business is quite as compelling as Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman."
Inside the Writer's Mind: Writing Narrative Journalism ebook
Author:
Stephen G. Bloom
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Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (August 26, 2002)
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279 pages
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