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I'm a semi-finalist and other news!

A few exciting updates:

  • My collection of poems entitled “Short-Shorts” was named a semi-finalist in the Gazing Grain Press Feminist Poetry Chapbook contest. I’d been feeling insecure about the work–it’s the most unusual thing I’ve ever written–but now that the collection of prose poems/flash nonfiction (or whatever you want to call it) has been honored in this way, I’m excited to keep sending it out.
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5 sličnosti između online novinara i profesionalnih tenisera

Novinari informativnih portala moraju da budu jednako dobri na svim “podlogama”, ne igraju na vreme, već na klikove, na terenu su sami i ne znaju uvek ko će im biti naredni “protivnik”, a treba da budu spremni na promenu termina igranja sada i ovde. 625 more words


Journalism in the movies (Whitey Bulger edition)

By Christopher B. Daly 

A tip of the old scally cap to Dick Lehr — my colleague at Boston University and an old friend. He has a front-page piece today in his old employer, … 544 more words


How are the various ideals of journalism impacted by the business of journalism?

Journalism is the collection of relevant news and information that is then distributed in a beneficial way to an audience. Despite Woo’s likening of journalism to a duck (‘if it looks like journalism, it’s journalism’), there should be a certain amount of professionalism in regards to what is considered journalism. 201 more words


Plagiarism is back (Did it ever really go away?)

By Christopher B. Daly 

Jeez, I hope that headline’s original. (I have this haunting feeling that it seems familiar — I better google myself to make sure. 278 more words


Pro Palestine Demostration - Mexico City

Some pictures from a recent Pro Palestine demonstration in Mexico City.

Equipment used: Leica M240 + Summilux Pre ASPH + 28mm elmerit. Definitely much easier shooting with the Nikons for these kinds of event, but not as fun :)