My First Year as a Print Journalist: Real World Stories from America's Newspaper and Magazine Journalistsby Diane Selditch
Helen Thomas, the dean of White House correspondents, worked her first year as a copy 'boy' tearing stories off wire service machines during the newsmaking days of World War II. Betsy Carter, executor editor of Harper's Bazaar magazine, began her career writing articles about sewers for a trade newsletter. Humorist Dave Barry found that his first year as a reporter was no laughing matter. These and other outstanding journalists recall their first year adventures and offer inspiring, entertaining tales of days and nights spent in the reporting trenches and behind cluttered editorial desks.
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