TLC Podcast #3: Ask a Journalist, with John H. Richardson

The team talks to John H. Richardson, award-winning journalist for publications including Esquire and GQ — and Rachel’s dad! — about structure, note-taking, doing friendly battle with editors, and how and why to push through blank-page fears.

If you didn’t get a chance to read it before the live show last week, you can find “My Father the Spy” here.

And check out John’s other articles mentioned in this episode — on Dr. Willie Parker; the swinging doctor; prison theater; and polyamory.

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