By Fiona Davis 4 min read
Fiona Davis, author of The Address, discusses how the tools of journalism, like research and revision, helped her to become a fiction writer
By Stephen Galloway 7 min read
Critically acclaimed entertainment reporter Stephen Galloway reveals expert tips and tricks for reporting in the celebrity-filled world of Hollywood.
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
In 1970, Joan Didion had lunch with Stan Torgerson, the white owner of the local black radio station in Meridian, Mississippi. She did not enjoy it.
By Matt Staggs 4 min read
It was not as a soldier but as a journalist that Winston Churchill first experienced war up-close, disabusing him of any romance for the field of battle.
By Robert Patton 5 min read
Robert Patton, author of Hell Before Breakfast, joins Signature to talk about MacGahan and Millet, war reporters who learned the ultimate lesson of loss through their joined friendship.