June 1996
Nieman Reports;Summer96, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p102
Reports on the activities by journalist Dori Maynard after her stint as a Nieman Foundation Fellow in 1993. Features of the two books she is developing for the Maynard Memorial Project; Awards received by her mother Nancy Hicks Maynard.


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