Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist Sarah Maslin Nir shares how to recognize and tell a story, the art of pitching a story, critical thinking — or the ” tip of the iceberg”, and the importance of newspapers. According to the New York Times:
“Sarah Maslin Nir has been a staff reporter for The New York Times since August 2011. She currently covers breaking news for the paper’s Metro section. Before that, Ms. Nir was a beat reporter covering the boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan.
Ms. Nir is the author of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated series “Unvarnished,” a more than yearlong investigation into New York City’s nail salon industry that documented, in two parts, the exploitative labor practices and health issues manicurists face.
From 2010 until the end of 2011, Ms. Nir was The Times’s “Nocturnalist” columnist, covering New York City’s nightlife. As Nocturnalist, Ms. Nir covered more than 200 parties in 20 months, once attending 25 parties over five days. She has interviewed celebrities from Kanye West to Alec Baldwin, and had an audience — of sorts — with the Queen of Spain.”