The Risks of Lunch With Sharon Stone

DeCurtis, Anthony
September 2000
Nieman Reports;Fall2000, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p31
Discusses narrative feature writing which involves celebrities. Most fundamental element of a journalist's pact with the readers; Basis of most journalistic conventions.


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