- Jill Abramson, ME of the New York Times, said tablets and iPads give narrative a new way to reach new readers.
- New Yorker writer Ken Auletta says nonfiction writers should use blogs and other new media, not whine about it.
- Susan Orlean said new technology means the packaging of a story might be different, but content is still the thing.
Friday, May 6, 2011
Word from Boston U's narrative conference: Long-form narrative is anything but dead
Highlights, via Bill Kirtz at poynter.org: