Karen Russell’s latest collection meditates on anxieties about mankind’s place in the world.
Twenty years after Columbine, reporters have plenty of experience covering these tragedies. But balancing the demands of journalism, human curiosity, and the well-being of survivors remains a work in progress.
A new book from Barry Lopez underscores how the genre has evolved as planetary conditions have worsened.
With unrivaled access to the student survivors cum activists, the journalist brings new perspective to the massacre, one year later.