In praise of Mark Kramer

Most Sundays over the last couple of months, I spent my evenings with narrative guru Mark Kramer. He presides over a narrative salon involving radio and print journalists and writers established and aspiring. We talk about narrative writing and what makes it good, and shared pieces of our own.

Kramer offers brilliant observations about prose off the cuff. Give him a little more time and he becomes a jeweler making precise cuts in stone.

He makes writing and reporting vital acts. I approach my work now in ways I only dreamt of in the last 20 years.

I have to take a few Sundays off and I’m missing it already.

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