“Mandela Was Late will make you laugh and you will find more than once you can relate to his stories in a “yeah that happened to me” or “yeah I feel the same” kind of way. It was a true pleasure to get a firsthand glimpse into the mind of this master of satire. Keep [...]

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For more information, please see: http://journalism.missouri.edu/2013/03/missouri-school-of-journalism-alumni-give-insights-into-long-form-stories-and-reporting/

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THANKS to John Fennell and the incredible faculty and to the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism for believing in NEXT WAVE and what we’re trying to do at The Sager Group. Your interest and approval feels huge. Of course, when we put the book together, neither Walt Harrington nor [...]

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In cooperation with the inspiring visionaries at Atavist, https://www.atavist.com/ , the classic Rolling Stone story that inspired the movies Boogie Nights and Wonderland is being reissued with new details and information, restored cuts, a new author’s note AND… *Exclusive crime scene video footage of the Wonderland Avenue murders. *Substantive clips and interviews from the cult classic documentary WADD, which has [...]

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http://www.amazon.com/Outview-Volume-1-Brandt-Legg/dp/0988178532/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1359489015&sr=8-1&keywords=brandt+legg  

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By pure coincidence, Next Wave features five graduates of the Missouri School of Journalism. What are they feeding them in Columbia? Read the article from The J School Magazine http://journalism.missouri.edu/jan-2013/long-form-writing.php      

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