Rick Bragg is an American journalist and writer known for non-fiction books, especially those about his family in Alabama. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1996 recognizing his work at The New York Times.
|I don't think there's a difference between writing for a newspaper or magazine and doing a chapter in a book.|
|I have dictated stories from an airport after writing the story out in longhand on the plane that I got from phone interviews and then was applauded by editors for 'working magic.'|
|It is not unusual to send someone to conduct an interview you don't have time to conduct. It's what we do.||Time|
|Most national correspondents will tell you they rely on stringers and researchers and interns and clerks and news assistants.|
|People who think there is something pedestrian about journalism are just ignorant.|
|The best writers who have put pen to paper have often had a journalism background.|
|There are these boutique writers out there who think if they are not writing their novels sitting at a bistro with their laptops, then they're not real writers. That's ridiculous.|