Love and Ruin (häftad)
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Love and Ruin (häftad)

Love and Ruin

Tales of Obsession, Danger, and Heartbreak from The Atavist Magazine

Häftad Engelska, 2016-08-23
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Since its founding in 2011, The Atavist Magazine has garnered an unprecedented eight National Magazine Award nominations and was the first all-digital publication to win in feature writing. This collection presents the finest examples of a new kind of non-fiction storytelling. The collection includes Leslie Jamison's landmark portrait of a lonely whale named "52 Blue", Matthew Shaer's harrowing account of a shipwreck during Hurricane Sandy, and James Verini's prize-winning tale of romance and courage in Afghanistan. The fascinating and original writing in Love and Ruin demonstrates why The Atavist has become the leader in publishing "remarkable... can't look away pieces of multimedia journalism" (The New York Times).
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"The Atavist is to digital long-form journalism what the first season of 'Serial' was to podcasting: a pioneering force for compelling, in-depth storytelling in an age of sound bites, hot takes and clickbait." -- Laura Pearson - Chicago Tribune "The images awaiting you in the stories here, thanks to The Atavist, are the kind that hurl you out of your reading chair and into another realm." -- Susan Orlean, from the introduction "A mesmerizing collection, as lush and moving and full of astonishments as any I've read. It reflects the now-vital place of The Atavist in our literary firmament, a digital enterprise populated by some of the very best writers today, obsessed with the written word and new ways of telling stories. This is longform at its best, nonfiction mini-novellas that grip and cajole; rollick and surprise; illuminate and carry you on a journey to where truth and emotion are supersaturated, to where the gems glow in plain sight, there for the taking." -- Michael Paterniti "Love and Ruin is tightly packed with the kind of stories that stay in your mind for a long time-stories that come alive in the kind of hard, clean sentences I remembering marveling at as a teenager devouring the stories of Truman Capote and Lillian Ross for the first time." -- Nancy Jo Sales

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Evan Ratliff is the editor of The Atavist magazine. His writing has appeared in Wired, where he is a contributing editor; The New Yorker; National Geographic; and other publications. He is also the story editor of Pop-Up Magazine, a live event.