Hey, How'd You Write That 15,000-Word Rolling Stone Article, Benjamin Wallace-Wells?
One Rolling Stone writer offers a primer on tackling long-form journalism
January 9, 2008
In late November, Rolling Stone
published an exhaustively detailed, 15,000-word treatise
titled "How America Lost the War on Drugs," detailing the government's $500 billion failure. Jack Shafer wrote
that he wanted to "force every newspaper editor, every magazine editor, and every television producer in the land to read"...
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